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- March 4, 2015 at 12:09 PM #85122davismonyMember
I would call myself "intermediate level." I've done a lot of reseach. But I'm stuck.
I have a Sony HDR XR 520 camera.
After first, I thought 108060i meant I would get 60 frames per second.
It turns out that's 60 fields per second. And I get 30 frames frames per second instread.
I'm ingesting the video without any transcoding and editing in Premiere Pro.
My question: What timeline do I use?
I want to use a 720 timeline to take advantage of scaling up the 1080 video without losing quality.
But I only see 720p timelines. Does that mean I have to deinterlace the video? And if so how?
Can I edit interlaced video on a progressive timeline?
Since the video is 30p, does that mean it's already deinterlaced?
I'm lost. I'm probably not making any sense. But I have done a lot of research. I don't know if I'm asking the right questions.
- March 8, 2015 at 12:32 PM #211862TrevorParticipant
You should be using the AVCHD 1080i project settings.ss
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