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NTSC to PAL

Postby jcskeeter313 » 23 Aug 2012, 17:17

(Tried searching but it wouldn't let me search for "PAL".)

Looking for any tips when converting from NTSC to PAL. Things to look out for? Thanks for any help.
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Re: NTSC to PAL

Postby jeschot » 24 Aug 2012, 10:06

Just use the preset in the "standards conversion" project type.
Selecting the best blend mode is the main problem.
For progressive input use "telecine". For interlaced input it is a matter of taste. "Telecine" uses entire fields from the input, "blend" may blend fields from the input which may make frames in moving scenes look weird when viewed individually as stills.
If you want custom output (for example, progressive out or no clipping) hit "custom" after "Convert to PAL".

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