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  • #16
    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    you won't be able to change this because you have chosen a 23.98p framerate, this frame rate can only be progressive

    was your footage shot at 23.98p? can you check the clip properties of a clip on your timeline?

    and as mentioned by John, you may have to export to HQ Fine and then start a new project with the correct frame rate and field order
    Thanks Anton, you are right My footage was not shot at 23.98, and yes
    I exported to HQ fine made a new project ,this way works to Burn on Disc,
    and I thank you and John /everyone for your responds.


    • #17
      John123, if you need to capture the screen the easiest way is to press print screen on your keyboard>open Paint>press ctrl+V and the image will appear in paint.
      Crop the image and save to .png and upload. That way you won't have to take pictures of the screen.
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      • #18
        if you have Win7, it comes with its own screen capture utility and it saves as png by default, which is ideal for this forum

        Start, All Programs, Accessories, Snipping Tool
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