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Brian Sarfatty
Bad Frame Blending with mixed frame rates - RESOLVED
on Dec 10, 2014 at 12:14:26 am

So I was experiencing really ugly frame blending when I brought 29.97 footage into a 23.976 seq. I was using AMA but I this may apply globally.

I parked on the clip after it was edited into the timeline, entered motion effects, hit promote, and changed the type to interpolated field (you may also need to tweak source/output from interlaced to progressive or visa versa if you're dealing with interlaced source or destination).

I could then drag the timewarp icon from the motion effect editor into a bin as a present and then drag the icon onto all of the other clips.

This has been a problem that has frustrated me for years, had previously transcoded hours of footage in Adobe Media Encoder to match frame rates. This is much easier. Thought I'd share the solution!

See http://community.avid.com/forums/p/105750/611971.aspx


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Michael Phillips
Re: Bad Frame Blending with mixed frame rates - RESOLVED
on Dec 10, 2014 at 4:01:08 am

Media Composer defaults to best quality while real time, but may not be the best quality overall. So changing those parameters may end up with a better conversion.

On a somewhat related note, I blogged about motion effect differences on progressive sources in a progressive project type:

http://24p.com/wordpress/?p=203


Michael


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