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Julio Cesar
Mix Hd(progressive), HDV(upper field) and Dv(low field) in the same timeline in FCP for then output to tape?
on Jun 1, 2012 at 3:09:19 pm

Please, can some one tell the way to work with this 3 diferent type of media, i need to know what i need to do to have a clean and a very good looking video for output to tape for broadcast, so i dont want to se jagged video or someting or ghosting, i really need help here to deliver a good video. Thanks.


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Shane Ross
Re: Mix Hd(progressive), HDV(upper field) and Dv(low field) in the same timeline in FCP for then output to tape?
on Jun 1, 2012 at 4:40:46 pm

Use a ProRes timeline. Set the field dominance to "None."

If you have multiple frame rates, convert the ones that don't match the main frame rate.

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Julio Cesar
Re: Mix Hd(progressive), HDV(upper field) and Dv(low field) in the same timeline in FCP for then output to tape?
on Jun 1, 2012 at 5:22:02 pm

No, my videos are at the same frame rate, so thats not a problem, i tink the problem can be the dominance field, and my delivery format is to tape.

So the only problem that i have is the that the progresive HD and the interlaced HDV seems to have some problems with the fields, the DV footage look right, because i use a timelien of 720x480 and the dominance field to lower even.




So my cuestion here is, with the ProRes timeline i wouldnt have problems with the field? remember that my output is to MiniDv for Broadcast. Thanks


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