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Ray Echevers May 25th, 2004 06:26 PM

Sony VX-2100: Interlaced or Progressive?
 
DV noob here.
Does the Sony VX-2100 video in interlaced or progressive scan?
Also, this either need to be captured a certain way?
Any tips suggestions appreciated.

Matt Stahley May 25th, 2004 07:01 PM

Shoots in interlaced. Does have a 15fps progressive mode good for stills unless you are looking for a motion blur effect to your footage. I would stick with the normal interlaced footage and possibly de-interlace in post if you are going for that effect. A big tip would be to read all the posts here on the forums. All topics are covered more than once. Have fun with the VX and read the owners manual a few times as well.

Ray Echevers May 25th, 2004 07:14 PM

<<<-- Originally posted by Matt Stahley : Shoots in interlaced. Does have a 15fps progressive mode good for stills unless you are looking for a motion blur effect to your footage. I would stick with the normal interlaced footage and possibly de-interlace in post if you are going for that effect. A big tip would be to read all the posts here on the forums. All topics are covered more than once. Have fun with the VX and read the owners manual a few times as well. -->>>I'm not really looking for that effect. Thanks for the response. I have been looking through a bit, nice forum, good info in here. And don't worry about the manual, i'll definetly read it more than a few times. I usually always read the manuals on every electronics I buy. Even PS2's and Gameboy's, stuff no one reads!


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