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Old April 10th, 2008, 12:27 PM   #1
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I want to see fields!

Is it possible to see the field order in Premiere?

The same way you alt click to see fields in After effects?

I have a weird problem.

I run matrox, so UFF is good.
I've filmed two locations, on two tapes. It seems that the clips/tape from one location have a different field order from the clips/tape from the other.

however, I've checked both tape's clips in AE, and they're both UFF.

But in Premiere when I export to DVD, the field problem is there. I can't see it on the timeline monitor, and even my CRT preview monitor shows no problem. SO that's why I really want to see the fields in Premiere....

Anyone had this problem before? is it a silly thing that's easily fixed?
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Old April 19th, 2008, 01:39 PM   #2
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Does it export in Premiere showing the interlace lines?

I've had this before in Premiere, I thought it was a preview thing. Mine exports OK, so I didn't worry about it. Yours might be different though.

Hope that helps.
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