Endeavor: I know what you

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Endeavor: I know what you’re saying but when you’re editing and you finally have everything all finished up and ready for exporting (or whatever you do to get a DVD created) what are you encoding your final product as (prior to DVD encoding that is)? If you’re sending it out or encoding using NTSC DV settings, isn’t your encoding software taking your frame mode footage and breaking it up into the fields anyway?

What it really boils down to is what kind of a look are you going for and more importantly… whats the targeted format you’re going for when playing the final product. As far as televisions go it’s usually either interlaced or progressive type sets. The original poster mentioned that he is planning on playing his project on TV.

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