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Old July 5th, 2008, 03:25 PM   #1
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frame rates, FCE 4 editing, and output?

I have a canon HF10 and I'm unsure what shooting frame rate i should use for the best quality and what to set my sequence as. i know that even though i can shoot 24p or 30p on the camera, it is still written to memory as 60i. so what should i set my editing sequence to? 720p30 or 1080i60? also if i shoot in 60i on the camera then set my sequence to 1080i60, what method of de-interlacing should i use (FCE 4 has even or odd). thanks alot
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I have a canon HF10 and I'm unsure what shooting frame rate i should use for the best quality and what to set my sequence as. i know that even though i can shoot 24p or 30p on the camera, it is still written to memory as 60i. so what should i set my editing sequence to? 720p30 or 1080i60? also if i shoot in 60i on the camera then set my sequence to 1080i60, what method of de-interlacing should i use (FCE 4 has even or odd). thanks alot


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