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Shane Ross
Re: How to remove interlacing lines from imported old footage
on Jul 12, 2018 at 5:38:03 pm

Is the footage truly interlaced? Meaning, is it, in fact, 29.97 with two fields of video? If you played this in an interlaced project out to a monitor, would you see smooth playback, and no lines...

OR...is this interlacing "baked in?" Meaning, it was shot interlaced, but captured improperly so parts of both fields are there, and you see the jaggy lines. OR...exported improperly with the jaggy lines?

I deal with all sorts of archival footage, and TOO MANY PLACES will capture improperly, export improperly, so this footage they are trying to sell will have that horrid look baked in...and they shrug when it's pointed out. So I either don't buy it, or if it's rare and needed, buy it but explain to the network that it's rare, and can't be fixed. If it's baked in, you can't fix it.

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