I've interpreted the footage in Premiere to No Fields
Undo that. Work in a 25i sequence. Let PP take care of the deinterlacing upon export.
Hi, thanks for interest.
Unfortunatelly, this doesn't work. I've tried it before writing here, now I tried again and still doesn't work
The problem seem to be how PP/Media Encoder converts the JPG file when the Progressive option is chosen.
Below I enclose some screens to illustrate this issue:
settings of the footage:
After choosing Export Media - in Adobe Media Encoder:
I'll place links to images in 1:1 size, because Adobe forums are resizing, so the problem can't be seen well.
all the photosin one gallery, the filename is description: http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/5951422/1/fields_problem?h=95d619
DV PAL High Quality, lower fields are set in this preset. The JPG cover looks good, but the video has stripes:
lower fields, jpg - https://www.dropbox.com/s/ae11crjdjfc4qy0/lower_jpg.jpg
lower fields, video - https://www.dropbox.com/s/t3pvkbwkefxjsrj/lower_video.jpg
after rendering, in VLC - https://www.dropbox.com/s/36r3bql7s77lpm0/rendered-with-lower-fields.jpg
DV PAL High Quality, set to upper fields. JPG is blurred, video has stripes:
upper fields, jpg - https://www.dropbox.com/s/9py3l1jr34g0b9i/upper_jpg.jpg
upper fields, video - https://www.dropbox.com/s/qxt6mektccejhdq/upper_video.jpg
DV PAL High Quality, set to no fields. JPG is pixelized and blurred, video is good enough:
progressive, jpg - https://www.dropbox.com/s/0ob94pkvq1ez4e4/progessive_jpg.jpg
progressive, video - https://www.dropbox.com/s/cjo7hx24a1vlu34/progressive_video.jpg
Stay away from Jpg's batch converts them to PNG then use in project. hope that may help.
settings of the footage:
Why is the footage reading as UFF? DV is normally LFF.
neither using PNG (the same with PSD and TIFF) didn't help.
And I don't know why the footage is UFF, that's how we got it from the camera crew (it was recorded on DVD, so we have .vob files)
But! I figured out what was wrong.
The solutions is:
when creating a new sequence, I used as before preset DV-PAL Standard but this time I went to the Settings tab and chose there Porgressive Scan.
And it worked out in the final render just right.
Maybe I'm a dummy, cause this is so simple, yet... I used to think that a new sequence settings should fit the settings of the original footage, and PP will deal with fields and stuff when it comes to the final render. Because what if I needed to render a final video for both TV, with fields, and for internet, w/o fields?
Anyway, thanks for help!
what if I needed to render a final video for both TV, with fields, and for internet, w/o fields?
Then you need two exports.