tips on the app

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tips on the app

Postby esr1 » 04 Jul 2012, 14:08

Dear Jan,
Thanks so much for the de-interlacer.
We have a job that we edited in FCP that was shot and edited in 720 x 576 interlaced, for broadcast.
Now we want to do a DVD of the programme and have it de-interlaced.
We have de some test the de-interlacing looks good.

However, we are unsure if we are using it to the max: I would like to know what best set up would you recommend.
We are using the 3.8.2 version.
We also would like to know how to do a batch export.
I will definitely send you a donation: thanks for the app.

Best regards,
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Re: tips on the app

Postby jeschot » 04 Jul 2012, 14:10

We have a job that we edited in FCP that was shot and edited in 720 x 576 interlaced, for broadcast.
Now we want to do a DVD of the programme and have it de-interlaced.
We have de some test the de-interlacing looks good.


Compressor can deinterlace too, but I don't know what are the best settings and it's generally slow.

However, we are unsure if we are using it to the max: I would like to know what best set up would you recommend.
We are using the 3.8.2 version.


Default is OK. "Local" is perhaps a little crisper but non-local is cleaner. Be sure to check "adaptive".
"Remove jaggies" can be a little better for edges but processsing is slower. In rare cases artifacts may occur, so be sure to check.
Don't use "reduce noise". I am going to ditch it in the next version.

We also would like to know how to do a batch export.


Just open multiple movies of the same type, either dragging or using the Open File dialog (press "Choose...").

You can use AppleScript too.

I wonder if you are my first user in Mauritius.
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