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  • #91
    Sounds like you need to do some research on some of the settings that people have already tested. There are some very good presets available especially from lpowell.
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    • #92
      Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
      Sounds like you need to do some research on some of the settings that people have already tested. There are some very good presets available especially from lpowell.
      it does not matter how high I crank up bitrate, it will not solve flickervision

      25p looks great on PC monitor and for the web

      but 25p simply is unusable for TV until all TV out there have progressive scan
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      • #93
        Why don't you film in interlaced? You don't
        Have to do progressive.
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        • #94
          Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
          Why don't you film in interlaced? You don't
          Have to do progressive.
          the GH1 can't film interlaced, it only wraps the p footage into interlaced container but it is still only 25 unique images per second

          where true interlaced is 50 unique images per second

          or have you discovered a hack for true interlaced?
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          • #95
            Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
            it does not matter how high I crank up bitrate, it will not solve flickervision
            I am always using shutter priority (at 1/50s down to 1/30s for low-light shots) in movie mode. The footage looks quite good on a TV. However, I have plasma TV, so it probably does not count. Maybe you can upload your footage somewhere for us to check it out. I also suggest to open a new thread about flickering footage.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
              Why don't you film in interlaced? You don't
              Have to do progressive.
              As antonsvideo already answered, it is not possible (all the footage is progressive). However, it is possible to take 720p50 footage and to make interlaced footage (720i50) out of it (e.g. via AviSynth or maybe directly in Edius).

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