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#1 steve waschka

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 10:12 AM

I work in widescreen standard def. I have a Xantus loaded with Starfront. It converts to psf which gets me good video to match my 60i cameras to my 30p. However I notice a bit of leftover stepping or combing along the edges that I can knock down with the Dot Crawl filter. But every bit of reduction I do to fight those kind of artifacts eats some form of detail. So the less the better. I have an opportunity to pick up a Volare unit. Is the de-interlacing superior on that model? I dont need the up-res. And unless the Volare comes with the Starfront noise reduction programs I cannot give up my Xantus. I will have to run both. Anyone ever done work with both these units?


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