Hi Rob. >>If you are


Hi Rob.

>>If you are shooting interlaced footage, then edit interlaced footage. there is no need to deinterlace unless you are posting on the web, but deinterlacing doesn’t come until after you edit anyway. So just edit your interlaced footage.

Thank you for your advice. However, I am definitely planning to post to the web.

I am not clear at exactly what point I would de-interlace, or how.

If I understand, I would just feed the tape in without de-interlacing, and then edit everything interlaced. Then before rendering, I would de-interlacewhatever was headed for the web, but not de-interlace anything that was slated for DVD and Blu-Ray; is that correct?

Thank you very muchfor your help,


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