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Old March 25th, 2010, 01:14 PM   #1
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I'm a little confused on the Canon HF10 output

I read on a post on Apple's website that the Canon HF10 outputs to final cut in 60I. This regardless if you record in 30p. Because of this, I still have to deinterlace my project. I'm losing the point there a little. I found a work around where when FC states that my easy setup sequence settings don't match the video and asks if I want to change them, I say no. (This when I shot the 30p video)

Also on a related topic. When using any video in FCP, if I just set the frame dominance to "none" that solves the problem for most all video. So is that the best thing to do or am I taking a quality hit?

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