That is what I did from the first time!
This is not a good solution!
In CS4 when you convert from progressive to interlaced frames
there is an option in the frame setting of the clip!
In CC that is no exist!
Still waiting for the solution...
You mean Frame Blending. Its at the bottom of the export settings.
Have you tried 25p.
I don't mean Frame Blending. In Field Options (CS4) has the "Interlace Consecutive Frames".
In Premiere pro CC I can't find it....
In Field Options (CS4) has the "Interlace Consecutive Frames".
That is gone from CC since it happens "under the hood" now. I was very glad when that option was removed, so the footage 50p to 25i, always comes out great.
Dont' check "Frame Blending", don't check "Use Previews", don't export to 25p if you want smooth motion in the exported footage.
When you say "...interlaced frames are like echoing...", what do you mean? Do you mean that the video always looks bad or that sometimes frames are repeated and thus the footage looks bad sometimes? Import the exported footage into Premiere Pro CC and place it on a matching timeline and use the arrow keys to move forward, frame by frame. Do you see any repeated frames? There has been a bug since CS5 that causes repeated frames sometimes when going from 50p to 25i or from 60p to 30i. That issue should be fixed in 7.0.1, so make sure to update if you use 7.0.0. (Help > Updates)
- Are you exporting to MPEG2-DVD or do you use any other Exporter in the Export Settings dialog?
- Where are you playing/watching the file, on a burned DVD on a television or the .m2v-file in a media player on the computer?
You are right my friend!
I was watching on the computer....
I just made an 25i file from 50p dslr footage, and then i burned the (mpeg2-dvd) mpg file to a dvd
and i watched on a TV. It looks fine!
And something else, is it better with CBR or VBR (VBR needs more time?)
Great that it worked out for you!
CBR or VBR? It depends on who you ask, some prefer CBR and some prefer VBR. Personally i do always use CBR mainly because: It's faster than two pass VBR, transitions/fade up to black/fade down to black do always look blocky and bad with VBR. So my preference is CBR.