View Full Version : DV Deinterlanceing issue
10 October 2005, 12:25 PM
I'm captured some footage from my Camcorder in DV format, now i need to deinterlance it. Premire dosent seem to do the job properly. The footage looks too unsmooth and motionblur seem to disapear.
My question is, is there any other way or mathod to deinterlance DV video that gives better quality and looks smooth? I would also like to know if 25i video can be turned into 24p.
Thanx for your help in advance
10 October 2005, 02:31 PM
Have you tried Virtual Dub? http://www.virtualdub.org/ It's free. Just open the avi, and run the deinterlace filter.
25i? Do you mean 50i i.e. interlaced Pal capture? 50i to 24p should be possible; 50i -> Deinterlace -> 25p -> drop one frame -> 24p?
Hope that's right; I'm very very new to working with dv footage.
10 October 2005, 02:43 PM
I would use after effects or combustion. Combustion's deinterlacer though I find to be a little better.
In after effects use your footage intrepreter to change the frame rate.
11 November 2005, 04:38 PM
thanx guys... the thing here is i wanna capture some footage in 50i (thanx for correcting me GallenWolf) and convert it in 24p... which will look like film... and then do something with it.. mayb some FX shots... so if any1 is experienced in this field could u plz share some experience with us... reguarding captureing and plate preperations, and also any tips to get rig of small noise from the footages?....
thanx all again
11 November 2005, 08:04 PM
which will look like film
more accurately, it will move at the same speed as film.
11 November 2005, 07:23 AM
id have to say shake's deinterlacer is godly. magic bullet's is right up there
11 November 2005, 02:01 AM
Reel Smarts Smart De-Interlacer is wonderful if you want an AE plugin that can go right into Premiere.
11 November 2005, 08:08 AM
I've tried Shake and Combustion, both of which did a good job on the footage for our film, but I was very surprised after doing a couple of tests to find that Final Cut Pro did a better job than either of them.
11 November 2005, 11:32 AM
This might be a stupid question, but will you be printing it on film? Probably you are, but if not, then I'd use what ever was the appropriate frame rate for the end product.
The lame method for de-interlacing: if it's a short clip, I'd render it out as individual frames and then I'd run them through Photoshop as a batch action (y'know, when you make and action and then you go to file > automate > batch and so on).
11 November 2005, 11:32 AM
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