I'm trying to deinterlace and resize my 720x486i ProRes422 video into 720x480p ProRes422. However, the resulting encode looks like the attached image. The original footage is there, but there's a white rectangular block on the right side of the image.
For the resize, Compressor is cropping 4 pixels from the top and 2 from the bottom. I understand this is the standard way to do this and keep the field dominance the same.
I have no idea why this is happening. Has anyone seen this before?
I'm trimming the 6 pixels (4 from the top and 2 from the bottom) to convert broadcast video for edit and then final output for an MPEG2 media player appliance. The MPEG2 video I get from Compressor will have green artifacts if I use 720x486 as my input dimensions.
The white rectangle thing is just odd. I've never encountered it before.
I'm going to see if Adobe Premiere can output the 480p I need without the rectangle issue --as I'm thinking of switching to Premiere anyway after this whole FCPX storm.