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Old 06-08-2019, 08:12 PM   #2
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Is progressive the same thing as "de-interlaced"? So there are interlaced sources & progressive sources?

Someone has asked me if my source was progressive, when I put the source into Procoder I go by what it gives me as the source, if it says "interlaced" I encode the target, or keep it as "interlaced". If I put in a progressive source would Procoder tell me it was? And then what should I set my target as?
De-interlaced material becomes progressive, but it is not the same as a progressive source. De-interlacing, depending on the type, can seriously reduce resolution, especially if it is just throwing away or duplicating one of the interlaced fields in order to make the progressive output. A true progressive source will not throw away any of the detail.

I haven't used procoder in many years, but if I recall correctly, it does tell you if the source is progressive of interlaced.
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