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Old April 7th, 2007, 11:04 PM   #16
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Jacob, if this wasn't shot in the HDV24 setting to begin with, Cineform has no pulldown to remove and is probably removing good fields/frames. When I brought this in to VirtualDub the first day you posted it, I could clearly tell it was shot in 60i HDV so there is no pulldown to begin with, just interlaced artifacts. The pulldown is only put in there with the HDV24 setting in the camera, no other way is it put in. Try just simply deinterlacing it with a quality "area/motion" based deinterlacer to convert it to 30p or better yet, Magic Bullet suite to covert the 60i footage to a faux 24p). I recommend Virtualdub because it also has a good Deshaker plug-in that has been a lifesaver for me in the past. Give it a try.
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Old April 7th, 2007, 11:30 PM   #17
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Jacob, if this wasn't shot in the HDV24 setting to begin with, Cineform has no pulldown to remove and is probably removing good fields/frames. When I brought this in to VirtualDub the first day you posted it, I could clearly tell it was shot in 60i HDV so there is no pulldown to begin with, just interlaced artifacts. The pulldown is only put in there with the HDV24 setting in the camera, no other way is it put in. Try just simply deinterlacing it with a quality "area/motion" based deinterlacer to convert it to 30p or better yet, Magic Bullet suite to covert the 60i footage to a faux 24p). I recommend Virtualdub because it also has a good Deshaker plug-in that has been a lifesaver for me in the past. Give it a try.
You are correct. The first clip I posted was shot in 60i. I was talking about the two other clips I posted later in this thread. One of them was shot in 24p.

Thanks for the tip on magic bullet. I am going to check it out.
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