|george sloan 9 years ago|
Thanks to all!
Everyone has voiced concerned over WHY I am deinterlacing footage that was shot and edited as progressive,
The reason is simple. I am not. The setting you are looking at is only the method used by compressor should I elect
to deinterlace. You cannot leave it blank.
I have now deselected the adaptive details setting.
Anyway I have found the culprit and it was improper preference settings in Studio Pro 4.
My crime was NOT setting Studio Pro Preferences PRIOR to importing assets. Studio Pro responded
in the worst possible way. Without warning It just quietly went about its business of making good video
look like amateurish crap.
Why not go from 1080i to 720p to ntsc for dvd?
I have an HD camera i need to final output to sd dvd.
MY new settings are !
Name: Mpeg 4x3
Description: No description
File Extension: m2v
Estimated size: unknown
source frames play at 29.970 fps
Type: MPEG-2 video elementary stream
Pixel aspect ratio: NTSC CCIR 601/DV
Crop to: Center crop for 1.333:1
Frame rate: 29.97
Frame Controls On:
Retiming: (Better) Motion Compensated
Resize Filter: Statistical Prediction
Deinterlace Filter: Fast (Line Averaging)
Adaptive Details: On
Detail Level: 0
Field Output: Progressive
Start timecode from source
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Field dominance: Automatic
Average bit rate: 5 (Mbps)
1 Pass VBR enabled
Maximum bit rate: 7.5 (Mbps)
Best motion estimation
Closed GOP Size: 15, Structure: IBBP