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Old March 20th, 2011, 04:24 PM   #1
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720p / 60fps deinterlace

I posted this in the FCP section, but I think it's more suited for the general area as it's not directly related to FCP necessarily.

I shot some 720p / 60fps footage with my T2i and I want to slow it down in a 24p timeline in FCP. After I converted the raw canon footage to ProRes, I opened the footage in Cinema Tools and conformed it to 23.98. I then opened the newly conformed footage in a 24p FCP timeline and it DID slow the footage down, and it looked pretty good, but there was some major interlacing on some parts (yes I was panning the camera a bit fast, but still).

After some research I found that the JES Deinterlacer would help to fix this so I download it but I am unsure of what settings to use. Below are screen grabs of the tabs that I'm confused about.


Or if someone knows a better / easier way to deinterlace before I conform in Cinema Tools lemme know.

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