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Stefan Koler
Progressive Encoding with FCP/ Compressor/ Cleaner ?!
on Jan 22, 2010 at 11:01:49 pm

I need to transform anamorphic Quicktime DV-PAL clips into progressive Quicktime H.264 (anamorphic) and MPEG-2 (anamorphic) clips.

So I exported a Quicktime DV-PAL in Final Cut Pro 6.06, imported the file to Compressor and started encoding. I used the "Deinterlace" Filter.


Unfortunately the field order is wrong after encoding, it looks bad and not like clean, progressive clips should look like.

After this I tried Autodesk Cleaner. But the result was similar: It was progressive (no fiel errors), but the quality was bad as well - lot's of artifacts....



But there needs to be a way to get clean, beautiful looking progressive footage. Can anybody tell me how to do it with Compressor or Autodesk Cleaner or if there is a better encoding software out there (I'm willing to pay for it if it works) please tell me. Or which settings/ filters should I use?


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: Progressive Encoding with FCP/ Compressor/ Cleaner ?!
on Jan 22, 2010 at 11:11:31 pm

DOn't use the deinterlace filter in Compressor, but rather set your output fields to progressive in the Frame Controls tab.

The results are far superior.


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