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Straight A
Re: Using Progressive footage in comp that will be interlaced... how to interpret?
on Oct 27, 2006 at 2:53:22 am

Whoops!

I thought you were mixing fields and frames (interlaced and progressive).

If all your source material is HD (1080p) progressive then do not interpret to either upper or lower fields, leave it on 'off'

[although - just to throw a spanner into the works!! - by the time you reduce HD down to NTSC SD - you throw away so much information that your original progressive footage will look much the same whether it is set to 'off' - 'upper' - or 'lower']

I personally would not render the final project to fields either, I simply prefer the look of progressive frames, but that is simply an aesthetic and not technical choice, see what you prefer.


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