Does anyone know what exactly this is? I'm hoping it's the progressive alternative to interlaced NTSC? I had to rip some material off a DVD and then deinterlaced it, and was then hoping to drop it into a progressive timeline (I'm going to be using a lot of motion and compositing) . The project properties I'm using is 720x480 NTSC with the 29.97p...will this give me a progressive output movie? Oh, if you've never seen this, it's when you are creating a custom project property, and when selecting 720x480, you can select either 29.97i or 29.97p
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Ifunia You Tube converter. Has anyone purchased this?Ok, So I purchased this thing, and they sent me the confirmation email, but theirs no link to get started? I have the Activation Key # but where do I put in this number to start downloading vids from YouTube in my project?
ProRes Banding in Quicktime Player - Not in Motion or FCPXHi all - sorry the tone of this thread went a little south for a moment there.
I'd like to reset this conversation at this point because I think it's really important. I'm not up against a deadline, I'm just trying to get to the bottom of a troubling...
Client wants to export based on file size
If you create an H.264 Mov it states in the compressor options that you can set a bit rate limit (using the Restrict to" option)
If you can restrict the bit rate, and if final final size is simply bitrate*time...
Compressor ProblemsGet this book, it will help out a lot.
All the information pertains to both versions 3.5...