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Aryn Leigh
Combing Issue with mixed footage
on Mar 22, 2016 at 9:32:59 pm

Hi all-

Hopefully this is a quick fix. We shot some action footage last week with two C100's, using a Ninja to convert to ProRes 422. One, a Mark ii, was improperly set to record in 1080i, which we discovered during import. (whoops!)

When we render out the mixed footage on the timeline, we get a big fat combing effect on the interlaced shots- even when I try and interpret the footage to progressive (both in the project window and in the timeline.)

Here are our Premiere CC settings:

Editing Mode: DSLR
Frame Rate 29.97
Size: 1920x1080/ Square pixels

We are on a late 2013 iMac using El Capitan, if that is useful.

Thanks in advance for any advice!

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Pierpaolo Ferlaino
Re: Combing Issue with mixed footage
on Mar 23, 2016 at 9:55:26 am

You should keep your footage interpretation (project window) as native... If premiere is misinterpreting the native field scan set it manually to interlaced (upper field)... Then edit in a progressive sequence...

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Aryn Leigh
Re: Combing Issue with mixed footage
on Mar 23, 2016 at 4:49:39 pm

Wow, that worked like a charm! Thank you! :-D

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