View Full Version : How do you deinterlace video?
2007 July 26th, 02:57
I have been wondering this for a long time and i'm sure that this would be a good place to ask it.
2007 July 26th, 03:48
Use editing software. Exactly how, will depend on the software. In Sony Vegas, when you render the (edited) footage, there is an option to deinterlace in the settings.
I'm not sure how it's done in FCP or Premiere.
2007 July 26th, 03:58
In Adobe software it is a project setting. For my own use I always try to deinterlace beforehand in AVISynth and work with a progressive source.
IŽd even "correct" the pixel aspect ratio in AVISynth because there are very efficient scaling plugins.
Of course, this method takes massive amounts of HD space unless Adobe finally adds support for AVISynth projects.
2007 July 26th, 11:20
In Premiere Pro, the project settings only determine your timeline. It won't actually deinterlace the footage for you. There're a couple of ways to do deinterlacing in Premiere.
1. Right click on the clip and choose "Field Options". that only apply deinterlace to that particular clip.
2. During File, Export Movie, there is an option to deinterlace the entire output
3. using Adobe Media Encoder. On the left side of the preview window, it hides a check box to deinterlace.
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