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Craig Anderl
Fixing Moire from Canon 5D 1080p to SD DVD Conversion
on Jan 31, 2010 at 8:41:58 pm

I have cut a project in FCP in Apple Pro Res 422 1920 x 1080 29.97. The original footage comes from 2 5D Mark IIs and an HDV camera.

Its a yoga video and it has a brick wall as a background with lots of moving shots.

When I compress it (through Compressor or iDVD) for SD DVD I am finding quite a lot of Moire on the brick wall. Does anyone have any advice on how to minimize this? Is there an effective plug-in for FC? or does the aliasing slider in Compression have any positive effect?

As well any thoughts on best technique to go from Pro Res 422 to SD DVD for best look?

Cheers,


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Daniel Low
Re: Fixing Moire from Canon 5D 1080p to SD DVD Conversion
on Jan 31, 2010 at 9:30:12 pm

Is your HDV source interlaced or progressive?

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Craig Anderl
Re: Fixing Moire from Canon 5D 1080p to SD DVD Conversion
on Feb 1, 2010 at 12:30:00 am

The HDV unfortunately was shot interlaced. At one point in the chain I hope to de-interlace this footage.


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Daniel Low
Re: Fixing Moire from Canon 5D 1080p to SD DVD Conversion
on Feb 1, 2010 at 6:41:14 am

That's likely what's causing the problem.

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