Latest post Thu, Apr 21 2011 11:59 AM by Corne Scheepers. 2 replies.
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  • Thu, Apr 21 2011 11:10 AM

    Fluidmotion progressive - what's the next best thing?

    I've begun to deinterlace my 1080i/50 projects with Fluidmotion Progressive before sending them off to Squeeze. The results are stunning, but the render times when using the Fluidmotion setting isn't practical for rush jobs. What is the next best setting with 1080i/50 media in terms of final image quality and time?

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  • Thu, Apr 21 2011 11:45 AM In reply to

    Re: Fluidmotion progressive - what's the next best thing?

    Export as same as source with Avid Codecs and use TMPGEnc to make a progressive DVD if this is what you are looking for. But interlace is better for DVD players.

    Then you'll have a lot more time to live.

    I use Fluidmotion very much for timewarps which is really excellent but for no other use.

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  • Thu, Apr 21 2011 11:59 AM In reply to

    Re: Fluidmotion progressive - what's the next best thing?

    Thanks. But I'm still curious as to which of those options are the second best choice in terms of quality and time. I like my current workflow.

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