|Aug 26, 2008, 09:40 AM||#1|
Desperate for HDV 'interlacing' help!
Ok, I've been working on a film I shot using the Sony HVR-A1E HDV camera, and I captured the footage using - PAL HDV 1080i (50 or 25 I can't remember?) Is this the problem? It's the first time i've used HDV...
When I export, using both Quicktime and Quicktime conversion file, also in Compressor, the footage is interlaced.
I'm not too clued up when it comes to HDV footage and compression... I've always just clicked 'de-interlace source video' but in this case, it doesn't work.
Please tell me it's not a problem during capture, as I've captured hours and given descriptions to all captured footage.
What are the best settings for exporting HDV 1440x1080 to a quicktime .mov file from Final Cut Pro?
Thanks in advanced...
Too many cameras!
Last edited by MIDI_EVIL; Aug 26, 2008 at 09:46 AM.
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