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Old March 17th, 2004, 04:02 PM   #16
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Rusty, Premiere does have a deinterlacer but I think there are other programs that will do a better job.

Magic Bullet is mentioned a fair bit as in Vegas Video I believe. I'm no expert on it though, give the forums a search or someone may chime in here with thoughts on de-interlacing.

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Old March 17th, 2004, 05:03 PM   #17
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Good to know, Brian. - Thanks.

I didn't realize there could be a real difference, and I want to get the best quality possible, so I will definitely research!
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Old March 17th, 2004, 06:25 PM   #18
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As a result of all the great advice, and the resulting research, I'm going to shoot in 4:3, but frame everything 16:9. If I decide to deinterlace myself, I'm going to buy DV Filmmaker. (I just downloaded the demo and experimented with a clip. - I really liked it!)

This should leave all options open to me. Of course, as Ken pointed out earlier in this thread, if I can produce something that will interest someone, they'll take over the process.

Now, though, I feel completely confident that I'm going to be shooting in a manner that will offer the most options to prospective buyers.

I believe I would never have gotten to these conclusions and felt as confident in them if I hadn't found this site and all this great advice!

We start shooting in a couple of months. Between now and then, I'm sure I'll be bugging all of you for more tips and advice. I'll also make clips available as the shooting goes along for anyone interested. I'd love feedback from you folks!
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Old March 25th, 2004, 12:50 AM   #19
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Hi my first post.
If money is not a major issue,you called try looking at http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/magbulsuit.html,
it'll do a far better job of de-interlacing than Premiere(if you have Premiere Pro you can get a couple of film look plugins) will plus it does a whole lot more,i've not used it myself but have only heard good things about it).
If you have access to After Effects you could try using this tutorial http://www.geocities.com/pixelmagic2002/CineAltaMotion.html
Hope that helped.
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