0 Replies Latest reply: Feb 11, 2014 5:02 PM by DBLewis
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Feb 11, 2014 4:58 PM

PLEASE SEE RESPONSES TO THIS QUESTION BELOW.  WHAT CAN I DO REGARDING THIS FOOTAGE AS THE PROJECT IS FINISHED....CAN I WORK IN COMPRESSOR TO MAKE MY FOOTAGE LOOK THE BEST IT CAN.  SOME OF THE FOOTAGE DID COME OUT OF IMOVIE WHICH THEY ARE SAYING USES AIC.  PLEASE ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

 

Trouble.... have a project just printed to bluray showing some deinterlacing artifacts in a still frame image.

 

The post house is saying my seq. setting is apple intermediate codec set 1440 1080 when 1080p footage should be 1920 1080.

 

I have tried creating a new project and setting my codec to pro res 422 and the imported seq. shows images not fitting in the canvas window properly.

 

How do I create a seq. with apple Intermediate Codec with 1920 1080 size?

 

Also is there anyway apart from hand resizing with resize tool, the footage in a seqeuce that doesn't fit the canvas.  Is it a problem to change one's settings within a project or can one just change the settings and copy a seq. into a new setting seq.

 

There appears to be be only one area where the bluray apple codec seq is corrupt  [showing interlace lines] on a still frame I made from my footage.

 

rather confused????

 

 

catherine

 

 

  • Compressor will do a great job of deinterlacing footage if you turn on frame controls and set the deinterlacing to best.   I would do this to any problematic footage and replace in your fcp progressive tiimeline.




  • Re: apple codecs
    Jul 26, 2013 4:28 AM (in response to Meg The Dog)
    Just speculating that perhaps the AIC might have come from iMovie? As I understand it, iMovie automatically de-interlaces at export. That might explain why the AIC looked better than Pro Res.
     
    Russ