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  • Sun, Jan 30 2011 8:13 PM

    • adampaez
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    Printing mixed formats to tape

    I have to print a sequence where I've mixed DV PAL and 720 HDV material onto a HDV 720 tape. Should I collapse or transcode the footage or something before I print it? Also will I need to apply fluidmotion progressive to the DV footage parts to deinterlace it?

  • Tue, Feb 1 2011 1:01 AM In reply to

    Re: Printing mixed formats to tape

    Yes you will need to completely render the material.

     

    Just becareful, the default Fluidmotion applied in a mixed format timeline is not the best.

    You want to promote it to Fluidmotion and adjust the source/output setting to interlace or progressive accordingly. The FX is not real time and takes considerable time to render but it produces significantly better results.

     

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  • Wed, Feb 2 2011 11:19 PM In reply to

    • adampaez
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    Re: Printing mixed formats to tape

    So are you saying that I should add Fluidmotion (NOT Fluidmotion Progressive) to the ENTIRE timeline but have the settings differently when the clips change? Is it really necessary to have the filter on the parts that are already progressive?

     

     

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