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  • Tue, Apr 24 2007 5:02 PM

    • giannispass
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    576i/50i?????

    I am capturing from my camcorder to Firestore fs4 directly, creating omf files.

    In the lcd screen of the fs4, it it says 576i/50i

    What is the meaning of this?

     

     

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  • Tue, Apr 24 2007 5:18 PM In reply to

    Re: 576i/50i?????

    It means you're capturing PAL interlace video.That is what 576/50i means.576 stands for the horizontal lines of resolution(NTSC has 480),and 50i stands for 50 interlaced fields made out of 25 full frames. 
    giannispass:

    In the lcd screen of the fs4, it it says 576i/50i

    What is the meaning of this?

     

     

    Thanks

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  • Tue, Apr 24 2007 5:19 PM In reply to

    • Tugger
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    Re: 576i/50i?????

    576/50i are the Standrad Defenition broadcast frame settings for PAL television (576 lines of resolution, 50 fields per second, interlaced. 480/30i are NTSC settings)
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