Join Jan Ozer for an in-depth discussion in this video Deinterlacing, part of Learning Adobe Media Encoder (2011).
Deinterlacing is key to high quality streaming production, and this tutorial …shows you how it works in Adobe Media Encoder. …Specifically, while there isn't a separate Deinterlacing control, Adobe …Media Encoder automatically deinterlaces whenever you output interlace source to …progressive output. This is a file that shows interlacing …artifacts very clearly. Let's leave it right here. …We've selected the H.264 format outputting to the NTSCDV high quality preset.…
As we can see down here, the field order is lower, which means it is interlaced. …And because it's interlaced, you get the same look whether you're in the Source …panel, which shows you what the source video looks like, and the Output panel, …which shows you what the output will look like. …Now, if we change this to a progressive output preset, like for example the …YouTube SD Preset, here, that's a 4 by 3 preset that matches our source footage. …And uses progressive output here, so its upper, lower, or none, which means progressive.…
- Overview of the encoding workflow
- Setting preferences
- Creating, importing, and working with custom presets
- Streaming basics and best practices
- Producing H.264 for Flash, Silverlight, HTML5, and QuickTime
- Using VP6 and WMV
- Producing for optical disc
- Adaptive streaming
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Introduction to the Adobe Media Encoder
2. Introduction to Streaming
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4. Using Other Codecs
5. Producing for Optical Disc
6. Adaptive Streaming
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