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Old Feb 9, 2013, 04:41 AM   #1
matteusclement
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De-interlacing... again.

Damn it all.

I just shot a show with a couple of Canon Vixia HF g10's.
I set the fame rate to 24PF instead of 24P.
Now it's interlaced at 60i, locked in a MTS file.

I edit in premiere cs6. Will i have to deal with this during edit or just on export when setting my frames to be progressive?

I also shot with a canon XH A1 at 24p and am throwing that in the mix.
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Old Feb 9, 2013, 12:10 PM   #2
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If you have access to the Final Cut Suite you could try using the Cinema Tools workflow people used with Canon HV20 (which recorded 24p in a 60i timeline).

There is also a way to use After Effects to remove the pull down.
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