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I don't think I gave enough info initially. I'm trying to capture footage from an HV20 that is in 24p and I would like to capture it as progressive frames but since the "HDV settings" button doesn't work, it captures it as 30 fps and it's interlaced. It's not like I don't know how to capture footage, what I'm saying is the button doesn't work, as in there should be a pop-up box with all the capture settings but for me it isn't doing that. Since I'm only using the trial version I'm thinking of just going back to PP2.0, and since cineform doesn't work with CS4 (as far as i know) I can't make slow motion shots from by taking 60i footage and playing it at 24p speeds, which is almost vital for what I'm filming.
>Since I'm only using the trial version
Nothing MPEG, including HDV, works in the trial. You need to buy the full package.
If it doesn't suit your needs or just plain don't like it, Adobe offers a 30-day return policy.
Thanks for the info.