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Edward Neary
Horizontal Lines in Video
on Nov 27, 2009 at 5:10:33 pm

I recently purchased the Sony Z7U camera and have been filming on the compact flash card at 1080i/60i. When I import to my Mac Book Pro I use Log & Transfer and all looks good. When I play back video in HD or upload to Vimeo in HD I get these Horizontal Lines in some of the clips.

How can I avoid this mess of a video. I also get jumpy video. It's not smooth and looks sloppy.

ANy suggestions on how to fix this?


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Shane Ross
Re: Horizontal Lines in Video
on Nov 27, 2009 at 6:34:47 pm

That is most likely INTERLACING. Computers don't like to play back interlaced footage. Deinterlace your clips in the sequence (throw the deinterlace filter on everything, then render.



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Michael Gissing
Re: Horizontal Lines in Video
on Nov 27, 2009 at 11:47:48 pm


Better still, deinterlace using Compressor so that you maintain interlaced sequences for broadcast in FCP, but make the web version deinterlaced.

Also Compressor does a nicer job of deinterlacing than the FCP filter which throws away resolution. Search the forum as the settings for this have been covered many times.


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