3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 7, 2010 8:25 PM by anonmous

    Question about the 'Allow Interlaced Processing' option


      Hello, my source is 1920x1080 (non-anamorphic) recorded at 60i. The sequence preset I chose is in the AVCHD folder and is labeled 'AVCHD 1080i30 (60i)'. When I export and select the 'Windows Media' format, there is an option labeled 'Allow Interlaced Processing.' According to the Adobe documentation (http://help.adobe.com/en_US/PremierePro/4.0/WS81733643-B4A6-45c5-ABD7-D5A90EB388FC.html), this should be turned on if the source is interlaced and the output is progressive. Is this option intrinsic to Adobe Premiere or is it merely Premiere surfacing an option of the Windows Media codec? According to the Microsoft documentation (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/howto/articles/zerotohdsixty.aspx) of this option within Premiere, this option should only be checked if my output is destined for an interlaced display. To sum up, I don't understand exactly what this option is supposed to accomplish and I'd appreciate any feedback or pointers.


      I am using Premiere Pro CS4


      Thank you,