Little problem with "lines" in the video...

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by Eauripik.jk, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. Eauripik.jk macrumors newbie

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    Hi,

    I've been using Final Cut Express to edit some videos imported form a Canon HV30 (HD), with a 1920/1440 x 1080 frame size and always trying to keep the best quality. As someone who has an important lack of knowledge about formats and that stuff, I always take the frame size, even the bits, as the way to know the quality of the vids. And, of course, my eyes: I spend hundred of minutes comparing videos, searching for image low quality in the shadows and checkin the edges to see if they're clear enough.
    Well, now I have some videos that have a good quality but they have many of horizontal lines, specially in the straight edges, whic you may not see with a first sight, but they are specially umbearable when you watch the video more focused on details.
    The fact is, I imported some of these videos to Final Cut Pro and, for some reason, I did something I cannot remember (maybe the way I exported it), but I got an exported video with no horrible lines... but with less video quality :s

    My question is... Does anybody has the solution to those lines, so common in digital video works? Something to do with interlace or progressive? Can I solve that without losing quality, without having more "noise" in the dark parts of the image??

    Thank you very much...
     
  2. marzy macrumors member

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