Working with interlaced clips


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Working with interlaced clips

In the real world of production, you'll have to deal with Interlaced Video, Non square pixels, 3:2 pulldowns and QuickTime movies. It's very important to get the New Project Settings correct for these cases. Otherwise, the resulting roto shapes or tracking data will not line up with your compositing or editing system. So let's take a look at how to deal with Interlaced Video. Let's go get a New Project. We don't have to save this project. We'll choose from my Lesson_01_Media, the Interlaced Video folder, and select the first frame, shark.

Notice that it goes from frame 21 to 30, and we'll click Open. Now, let's see how the interlaced footage will look if we do not de-interlace it. So without setting the Separate Fields, leaving that off, we'll say OK and see what happens with the footage. So I'll zoom in. There you can see all the interlaced filed lines and as I scrub through the clip, you can see the interlaced fields. Now, let's load it in again...

Working with interlaced clips
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Working with interlaced clips provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Steve Wright as part of the mocha 2.6 Essential Training

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3D + Animation Video
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