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#1 Timo Klages

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Posted 26 September 2007 - 07:21 AM

i encountered a problem when i was transcoding material that was shot in 720/50p to an project that is 1080/50i.

the resulting material was sort of "zoomed" in and shifted to the upper right of the picture. this only happened when transcoding from progressiv to interlaced.

i am using Media Composer 2.7.2 (with and without Adrenalin and DNXcel Board).

is there any way to transcode p to i without these "effects"?

thanks a lot for any help!

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#2 Keith Mottram

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Posted 28 September 2007 - 10:26 AM

i encountered a problem when i was transcoding material that was shot in 720/50p to an project that is 1080/50i.

the resulting material was sort of "zoomed" in and shifted to the upper right of the picture. this only happened when transcoding from progressiv to interlaced.

i am using Media Composer 2.7.2 (with and without Adrenalin and DNXcel Board).

is there any way to transcode p to i without these "effects"?

thanks a lot for any help!

timo


i'd convert it in a different programme to be honest. shake is good for simple conversions.

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