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Jody Bruchon

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August 15th 2017
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deinterlace originally film footage.
by therman mermehn 1 month ago
I have a very old television show I'm working on deinterlacing. I do know the show was originally filmed and not taped at 24fps. However , at the time it was changed to a 29.97fps interlaced file whic
Re: deinterlace originally film footage.
by Jody Bruchon 1 month ago
What happens if you just copy the VIDEO_TS folder from the DVD to the computer and then try to open the first large VTS_xx_x.VOB file within using an MPEG-2 capable media player You should get video.
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importing HQ1920x1080 50i file to PPcc2017 shows 25fps in Project window
by Hal Beery 1 month ago
Project requires 1920x1080 50i. Camera = Sony EX-1r Files in camera thumbnail media preview indicate 1920 50i but when it's imported from Media Browser, the project frame rate column indicates 25 fps.
Re: importing HQ1920x1080 50i file to PPcc2017 shows 25fps in Project window
by Jody Bruchon 1 month ago
VirtualDub has a deinterlace filter that gives you the choice between blending the interlaced fields to get half-rate progressive (25p) or doubling the fields to cover the entire frame which doubles t
C300 footage imported in to project using one machine, is offline when the project is accessed from other machines connected to same network storage
by Jimmy See 5 months ago
I'm working on a project with several editors and footage stored on a shared network storage device. For various reasons, the usual adage of leaving the folder structure of a camera card untouched was
Re: C300 footage imported in to project using one machine, is offline when the project is accessed from other machines connected to same network storage
by Jody Bruchon 1 month ago
How do you connect to the storage Are you using SMB CIFS or AFP or something else Premiere relies on the path names being exactly the same to reconnect clips automatically that aren't in the same dire
Mini DV Tapes to Premiere CC
by andy levine 1 month ago
hi looking to import a bunch of mini DV tapes into premiere. can anyone recommend a capture device workflow i bought an old panasonic camcorder but my edit mac wold not recognize the device for transf
Re: Mini DV Tapes to Premiere CC
by Jody Bruchon 1 month ago
DV camcorders generally use FireWire (aka IEEE 1394) ports and a special DV-specific protocol to transfer video and Macs started dumping FireWire around 2008. I can only assume you're using a Mac that
I want to do my encode using Handbrake. what is a good mezzanine export from Premiere?
by Dan Sakols 5 years ago
Hi, Im contemplating moving from FCP 7 to Premiere. Im shooting 1080p with a DSLR that encodes in H.264. In FCP I edit and export in Prores 422. and then compress down to H.264 using handbrake. If I w
Re: I want to do my encode using Handbrake. what is a good mezzanine export from Premiere?
by Jody Bruchon 1 month ago
This isn't even about archival. It's about quality and file size concerns. Adobe's H.264 AVC encoder is not as efficient as x264 (the encoder in Handbrake) tends to be, especially since x264 has const
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