Understanding Fields & Interlacing in After Effects
Video: IntroductionCovers all the essentials of interlaced video, such as how to treat it on input and output and how to convert it to progressive scan.
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This training covers all the essentials of interlaced video--where it came from, how to recognize it, how to treat it on input and output, and how to convert it to progressive scan. Instructors Trish and Chris Meyer also cover the fundamentals of field rendering, and discuss several other important issues, such as 3D rendering, transcoding, masking, rotoscoping, motion tracking, and field flicker.
- Understanding the difference between interlaced video and progressive scan Removing interlacing and separating fields, including comb teeth and deinterlacing footage Correcting motion blur issues and render settings in After Effects Creating small video frames and large progressive frames
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