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Re: C100 on premiere Pro CORRECT WORKFLOW - upper or progressive?

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Sil Bia
Re: C100 on premiere Pro CORRECT WORKFLOW - upper or progressive?
on Nov 27, 2015 at 2:04:33 pm

Hello Mark Thanks for your reply :)

It makes total sense to interpret the footage as progressive but: I am not importing directly from the rushes as Premiere seems to be unstable with MTS files -and I need to get footage from other kind of cameras as well, on quite big projects. So I need to go through Encoder first.

Do you think I should force the footage to be progressive when I first transcode it in Encoder? Or shall I just use the option 'same as source' - which is giving me an Upper Field dominance in the output?

I've done some tests and -I must say- I haven't noticed any difference. To me, it makes more sense to convert it as progressive in Encoder... the timeline will be happier, as the footage is exactly in the same format as its settings, and I will avoid the risk of interlacing it at this stage.

On the other hand, the risk is that Encoder applies a de-interlacing filter on a progressive file, which is a nonsense too.

What do you think?

Thanks again :) sil

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