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Easiest way is to shoot 50P.
Thank you for the quick reply.
I think though, that you misunderstood my question... please have a closer look at my original post.
If anyone has any questions I am happy to elaborate.
I understood all right, but you gave the answer, VirtualDub. PP does not handle de-interlacing in an acceptable manner. Not the ideal workflow, but that's it, unless you shoot 50P, then you do not have those problems.
We get the video from DV and HDV Pal consumer cameras...
There is no 50fps P, recording option...
Ruud? did you have anything to add?
I'd first ask what is the purpose?
> there is also a filter in Virtualdub that does it.
But not a very good one. Ruud is correct that the dv2film thread contains similar concepts -- but they can be easily adapted for other purposes, including PAL 50i -> 50p.
Is your source HDV, DV, or what?
Can somebody tell me what the correct workflow is when shooting at 32fps in order to have a slight slow motion effect
I want it to playback in premiere pro cs3 at 24fps
is it possible to convert the frame rate in premiere pro cs3 or do i need an external software or plugin?
You should post only once, Tristan. We'll get to you if we can help.
hehe..thnx JIm Simon..
much appreciated, cuz i do need the tips&tricks of you experts ;)
The purpose of converting my 50i to 50p is:
I want to have the temporal resolution of 50i. Some of is sports video where temporal resolution is important (to me).
The video will be encoded to various computer codecs that does not handle realtime deinterlacing at playback.
The video will be scaled down from 1440x1080(anamorphic 16:9) to 1280x720 or as low as 640x360 and plays back on computers and video websites like www.vimeo.com
I will try to create an example of what i mean...
Actually Virtual 1.8.5 does it as perfect as i could ever ask for.
My broblem with virtualdub is that it can not export to some of the formats that I want to encode to.
I Will have to encode in a lossless format and use another converter to encode it again in the final format. Just an extra step i'd like to skip.
Also virtualdub does not read the original .m2t files that i get from the camera.
The filter in Virtualdub is called "bob doubler" and bob's the video in the way described her: http://www.100fps.com/
>I want to have the temporal resolution of 50i.
The temporal resolution of 25i (Standard PAL video) and 50p are the same - 50 "images" per second. The only difference is that 25i is actually only half an image, where as 50p is the full image. But both produce 50 per second.
For sports, you may actually get better results shooting 50p. This provides you with 50 full, actual frames per second, instead of 50 interpolated frames, which is what conversion after the fact will give you.