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  • Progressively shot and captured -show huge field seperation mice teeth-???

    Posted by Jake Hawkes on April 24, 2005 at 11:08 pm

    I just captured a scene shot on my GL2 and filmed in progressive scan mode. I created a project and the clips show incredible amounts of mice teeth and field issues. I thought to myself, I must have shot interlaced, so I created another project re captured the footage and it seem pretty clear that is progressive frames.

    1. DV is always lower-fields first in interlaced mode.
    2. The field interplate or de-interlace (progressive project) resolve some issues but create new artifacting on edges common in DV.
    3. project setting on progressive are 720×480, DVNTSC (0.0), No fields Progressive, 29.97 time code.

    I haven’t tried a 640 x 480 aspect, could this be the problem?

    Jake Hawkes replied 19 years, 1 month ago 1 Member · 2 Replies
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  • Jake Hawkes

    April 24, 2005 at 11:18 pm

    I attempted both interlaced and progressive capture and export at a 640×480 aspect and the same problems are apparent. I don’t understand this, I thought a progressive project would need no field interpolation from within Premier Pro and would exportt at the hiest resolution.

    The ony way to limit the huge fields seperation is to set de-interlace on the export setting which makes absolutely no sense to me.

  • Jake Hawkes

    April 24, 2005 at 11:44 pm

    Please reply if you understand this problem.
    de-interlaced progressive frame, hmm pixelation artifacts on edge of seat…

    progressive frame from progressive project no compression…

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