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Nest your sequence and deinterlace in one go or set the export settings to deinterlace or choose a progressive export preset.
5.1 is only possible when you purchuse Surcode.
>Nest your sequence and deinterlace in one go
You can NOT deinterlace a nested sequence through field options. You CAN deinterlace on out put through the AME. Just pick a progressive setting.
>so of course i have a need to deinterlace all footage.
You actually don't have such a need. HDTVs should play the 1080i footage just fine. And it'll probably look better than anything Premiere deinterlaces.
> Nest your sequence and deinterlace in one go.
>You can NOT deinterlace a nested sequence through field options. You CAN deinterlace on out put through the AME. Just pick a progressive setting.
No you are right. Did not check before answering. :0
I also cannot find the "deinterlace" option in AME. It is used to be hidden on the left window panel.
How can I setup to deinterlace footage at export time?
As tlc said, "Just pick a progressive setting" and AME will automatically do it for you if you really think it is necessary.
>How can I setup to deinterlace footage at export time?
Just pick a Progressive preset. It will automatically deinterlace it.
Read the presets in the export settings carefully. They either have an i (1080i) or a p (1080p). Some presets are progressive but allow interlacing processing.
I read the preset settings. There're i and p but it didn't say where the deinterlace process will be done or not.
I will need to test it if I choose Progressive, AME will automatic deinterlace. What if I have a progressive input video and pick progressive output, AME will be smart enough to know not to perform deinterlace? That sounds too good to be true.
If you export to a progressive media type, Pr AME will deinterlace it. If your destination type should be interlaced (like tv etc..) AME will not deinterlace it. There is no longer an option to choose. Adobe decided to make AME more dummyproof.
Which brings up the point; what is your export destination? As you see; AME is making the choice for you based on what you choose for your destination.
Curt, thanks for answering my post. I sometimes need to export HDV 60i video to MPEG-2 BluRay, MPEG-2 DVD, and FLV for web. So you are saying, if the destination is FLV, AME will deinterlace for me automatically?
What if my source video is 30p and I need to output to the same MPEG-2 BluRay, MPEg-2 DVD, and FLV. will AME deinterlace my already progressive video to FLV?
No; assuming you put the source in a matching seq