Now, when I export an AVI (in 24fps) and play back the file, if I pause it I can clearly see interlacing, which is unfortunately quite apparent during normal playback. So, I'm thinking to myself, if I'm capturing in 24, working in 24, and exporting in 24, why am I seeing fields after exporting? After trying all sorts of things, I realized the monitor window in Premiere is actually showing the clips interlaced, too, but I can't figure out why. When I view the source file, everything is fine, but in editing (and output) it has fields!
Does anyone know why this is? Is it possible that Premiere 6.5 just isn't good at 24fps?
Also, Premiere seems to wash out the image a tad (enough to make it look bad), which seems correctible by adjusting gamma, but I don't see why there's a discrepency to begin with.
I apologize for having to post this here, but as we know, there's no post-production forum.
Edited by Justin Haupt, 30 September 2005 - 07:44 PM.