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  • Mon, May 12 2014 7:41 PM

    • anikvogul
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    Exporting Sequence for Rogers TV, interlaced problem and big files

    Hi!

    Anyone knows how to export for Rogers TV(broadcast), I have been assined to submit the MOV file, and I did export it as SEND MOVIE TO QT, or SAS, but I still get interlaced problem, the file is huge and loosing quility. I don't have any squeeze programs only QT, Avid MS 6.

    My project is 16:9, 29.99i fps, since I filmed on Sony PD 170, tape.

    Thank you!

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  • Tue, May 13 2014 8:31 PM In reply to

    • mBlaze
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    Re: Exporting Sequence for Rogers TV, interlaced problem and big files

    What type of interlace problems are you running into, reversed fields?
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    Re: Exporting Sequence for Rogers TV, interlaced problem and big files

    If your source is interlaced and your project an i project then your export will be interlaced. and if you play that QT movie you would expect to see interlacing artefacts. Because you are watching it on a progressive computer display.

    Field reversal will cause the palyback to stutter really back. Like bad progressive.

    The file size will be determined by the resolution you have in the sequence if you do a same as source export. So make sure the sequence is transcoded to the quality you need first.

     

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