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  • Tue, Mar 15 2011 6:29 AM

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    JVC Everio's .mts footage in dnxhd has bad Interlacing

    I just finished converting my JVC's .mts AVCHD files to DNxHD, and when viewing them realized they have terrible interlacing issues - that thing where a truck drives by and its all stripes a fraction of a second apart.


    How do I deal with this?  I am converting to 1080i/59.97, the same settings it was filmed in.  Is it a permanent part of the video I wasn't aware of when watching playback on the camera?  Or is it my conversion settings?  I have no way to watch the .mts footage in its raw state except in the camera itself.


    If it is in the video, is there anything I can do to minimize it?  Ether way, what are my options?


    Thanks in advance!

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  • Tue, Mar 15 2011 10:15 AM In reply to

    • Brian Suttie
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    Re: JVC Everio's .mts footage in dnxhd has bad Interlacing

    If you have kept them at the original size then it shouldn't be a problem at all if you are creating output for viewing on interlaced displays - i.e. CRT TVs or Plasma / LCD TVs.

    But if you are creating something for viewing on a display that doesn't understand interlacing e.g. a computer display, then you will need to de-interlace your footage. 



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