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Difference between half-frames



Frage von chaosbanane:
November 2005

Hi together.
Is in the Adobe Premiere Pro to render the problem with me now that I distinguished between the "upper field first," "lower Halbbrust. First" and "no fields" do not know. Have I researched a bit strange but did not become smart come of it. If someone can give a small private hour about the theme I would be very grateful.
Intended use: DV material to DVD.
Cam: SonyDCR H40E
Homepage: www.aekschen.de! For all motorcycle fans a must for all men, and anyway;)

cya greeting Andi

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Antwort von jens:

Hi,
'm in a hurry, but this much in a nutshell:

"select" wrote:
"lower Halbbrust. First"
!

Jens



Antwort von Stefan:

As Jens has written: Lower First.

Differences on the PC you see, unless you know exactly where you need to kucken And if you use the right tools (players).

The player may even make no deinterlacing. With dinterlace is all the same anyway. One way to play without deinterlacing is VirtualDub.

An incorrect field order you realize s.pixelgrossen stair s.nahezu vertical edges of inanimate objects. Not to be confused with the Halbbildkämmen of moving objects.

Differences on the TV allows you to instantly see s.Schwenks and zooms.

Good luck
The fat Stefan








Antwort von chaosbanane.:

So when I first lower gibts rendere no staircase effect on the Television? Sounds good.

I Thank you very nicely!



Antwort von Cletus:

Hello, I have this one question:

I take with my TRV-900E to the material via firewire and capture and edit it in Pinnacle Studio, Premiere and Adobe After Effects.
The recording is done interlaced (ie with fields) because my camera is indeed progressive, but actually no real Progressiva scan is only half the number of frame .... (12.5 per second).
I guess most of amateur movies on and do it later on DVD.

Now my question: Since my material is interlaced, it is still up there on the DVD is never really de-interlaced, right? (ie, not automatic that I can make the manual, I know).

So, it makes any sense, the material s.irgendeinem step to de-interlace? Why at all? The fact that the video after the de-interlace "more to the cinema" look, I honestly can not understand. It looks like from before and after that. These progressive movements that are not so liquid comes, or did I misread that? Why should I use at all progressive?? I understand simple net, on the DVD is interlaced again eh ....

Asked for clarification. Although I know how it works (the Wikipedia Page about this) is very informative but I have no idea WHY I should do it ....

Cletus



Antwort von Axel:

"Cletus" wrote:
So, it makes any sense, the material s.irgendeinem step to de-interlace? Why at all?


You mentioned it yourself: Most people want progressive condition because of the nicer images with cinema-like (beamer, LCD, plasma and "progressive scan" - Player). A very important reason, is almost essential, if you want to put your material or a clip from it into the net, and to this end, the DV kleinrechnest material. If you do not previously de-interlaced, it looks pretty bad WMV or MOV, Grooming, Lattenzaeune, etc. Otherwise, you're right: Interlaced can stay for the DVD edition synonymous interlaced.



Antwort von Cletus:

Hi Thanks for the reply

So it it true that the picture in progressive different (just look more to the movies) ... but why? Is the contrast, the color, but it is now more fluid than "i"? Because you get all these features out yet synonymous with "i" as eg. Contrast or hardness.

What I always looked for movies never do what with the "Picture" but rather to what with the depth of field.



Antwort von Axel:

"Cletus" wrote:
What I always looked for movies never do what with the "Picture" but rather to what with the depth of field.


You say it. Do you have the choice between good 16:9 and 4:3, you choose the former because it looks kinomaessiger. If your camcorder can not, but only masked letterbox, you can leave it. Do you have a Canon XL or a Pana AGX 100, you take progressive. Have you got a camera captures interlaced, no problem, stay there.

I suspect that many Slashcam men on the hunt for the film to look progressive, 16:9, and depths of field are fixed and do not respect fundamental aspects of film making. Since design is primarily the production. In what weather my motorcycle faehrt by which forest? Saw a blue sky ((possibly with clouds) look better? A rain-slicked road, reflects the driver and what color is his suit, his helmet and what is included is an annoucement, the first question. The second aspect is the much discussed trade ) classical Camera (light setting and composition. Only if a scene with control over the light so dominates that it has the desired atmosphere, can hope to get good pictures. expensive headlights with a Hollywood that has to do less. Especially for DV it's usually more for whitening and indirect light, which can be achieved synonymous with reflectors, umbrellas, and energy-saving lamps with daylight temperatures for photo studios. The use of filters during the recording belongs to. What intensity should have the green of trees may outshine the sky?

A gripping story in 4:3 ((Gone with the Wind) is better than a series of dream boat in 16:9, the same holds for all "problem" in the DV-rise complex world ...[/ code]



Antwort von Markus:

"Cletus" wrote:
As my material is interlaced, it is still up there on the DVD is never really de-interlaced, right? (ie, not automatic that I can make the manual, I know).

Hi Cletus,

if you are editing certain scenes in After Effects, you must make sure that the fields considered synonymous AE. The program automatically, the fact does not make.

How this works:
Video looks blurred after the issuing of AE




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