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#1 Vedran Rupich

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Posted 18 September 2005 - 10:35 AM

Recently, i shot a video using a sony HDV-Z1.
I was filming in 50i HDV.
Then when it was cature time, I used premiere pro with aspect HD.
Using this program, there is a lot of options, I tried to import in 50progressive despite the fact that i didnt shot in progressive and it looked very interlaced.
So i tried to capture in 50i and the footage still looks very interlaced.
I mean, I have seen material shot using the hdv-z1 and it holds broadcast quality.
How do I fix this? Is it only looking like this on my monitor and will it look differently on the tv?
I could always deinterlace it in After Effects but then I have to export it to SD before. a significant loss of quality. Or is there another solution or am i just panicing for no reason?
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#2 Charlie Seper

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Posted 18 September 2005 - 11:22 AM

Try resizing the viewing window in Premiere if you haven't already. Sometimes just changing the window size a tad will smooth out the jagged edges quite a bit.
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#3 Phil Rhodes

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Posted 18 September 2005 - 12:01 PM

Hi,

Yeah, it's probably just a preview issue. Export a still and look at it in Photoshop at 100% zoom, and you'll probably see that it's just interlaced every other line.

> I could always deinterlace it in After Effects but then I have to export it to SD before.

Why would you have to downres it? After Effects 6.5 supports frames up to 4K square.

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#4 Vedran Rupich

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Posted 19 September 2005 - 05:11 AM

So I can use the HDV format in AE?
That´s great!
now the problem is solved.
Thanks
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#5 Joshua Provost

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Posted 19 September 2005 - 03:23 PM

Vedran, you will only see the interlacing while editing. It will not show up on TV playback. This is true of any interlaced material, SD or HD.
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