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Old June 3rd, 2006, 09:15 PM   #31
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in order to get clean HD frame by frame video graps for printing - should the camera be progressive scan ?
For obvious reasons, yes. If there is no motion a high quality de-interlacer and render time can make a nice still from an interlaced source. But the concept of progressive (one whole frame at a time, just like film) is ideal. Use a high shutter speed to avoid excessive motion blur, unless that is the look you want.
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