Getting some interlacing on moving text and on still images that are scrolling horizontally across the frame. Have tried changing the field order but doesnt seem to affect it. Think it may be something to do with the way i'm exporting because it doesnt appear to interlace when i preview in premiere. have tried a few different versions of export, mainly as quicktime files with H264 codec. Anyone know what i might be doing wrong?
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Further devlopments! Have realised its ok when i play back the video at a small size. Its just when i expand it to fill the screen i get the appearance of interlacing. Anyone got any ideas how to sort this?
Premiere Pro V5.0.4
Running on OSX v10.5.8
Images are all JPGs and a few PNGs. Text is all produced as titles in Premiere pro. Where i have used video its all exported as high res movs from After Effects and there was no interlacing on any of the clips at this stage.
Think thats about all the info i can give on it. Anything else i've missed let me know.
What are your sequence settings? If all of your footage is progressive, and all of your stills are progressive, then there shouldn't be any interlacing artifacts at all unless your sequence is set up as interlaced or your export is set up as interlaced.
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