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Little help needed when converting 1080P to 576i

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  • Little help needed when converting 1080P to 576i

    do i need use some kind of video filter to get rid of motion errors in Edius 6?
    source is 1080P 24FPS and i need to make it for interlaced DVD, 25FPS.
    i can do this with ProCoder 3.06, but when it needs editing there is not such thing as timeline export to ProCoder. Tried Trial version on TMPENC plugin too, same result, motion shadows...

    Thanks for aswers...

  • #2
    Just create an HQ avi and import that into PC3 since you say it works for you.
    Last edited by Jerry; 07-05-2011, 11:05 AM.
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    • #3
      Just change the clip properties from 24fps (or 23.976) to 25 in Edius, and place your clip to the timeline in a 16:9 PAL sd project.
      No ghosting artifacts or motion jitter, almost perfect result.

      Only side effect is a 4% duration change, and a slightly higher audio pitch.
      If you are after an even better result, you can resize your footage in Avisynth or Virtualdub first (or in any other software that can resize your footage with Lanczos3 or similar high quality method)
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      • #4
        ok, thanks, will try! but this "side-effect" is not with ProCoder... :)
        worth to try!