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Steve Roberts
Re: Using Progressive footage in comp that will be interlaced... how to interpret?
on Oct 27, 2006 at 1:50:25 am

Straight A is right:

- if the footage is progressive, you interpret "field separation off". No questions, no arguments.
- this is not affected by your choice of rendering with or without fields.

But I'd add: why interlace in the render? You don't have to. I only render interlaced if I absolutely have to, and that rarely happens. It's an aesthetic choice.

(The only choice you have to make is: if you render fields, you must pick the correct field order for the hardware that will be laying off to tape.)

But as I said, you don't have to render fields if there is no interlaced footage involved.


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