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Chris Smith
Re: Using Progressive footage in comp that will be interlaced... how to interpret?
on Oct 27, 2006 at 6:02:29 am

Unless you're going for the "hyper real" video look, then render progressive. Normally ppl hate the look of interlaced video because it's really 60 new movements a second where doing progressive is approx 30. Just like a film camera. It's progressive obviously because it exposes an entire frame. So unless you've ever been to a movie and thought "I really hate this look, I wish it was way more hyper real looking like a soap opera or news", then by all means render fields. But unless you're trying to go for a retro 80's switcher type of video movement, I would do progressive renders with motion blur turned on which will give you the most film like motion.



Chris Smith
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