1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 14, 2011 3:58 AM by dradeke

    Deinterlacing on a Mac


      I understand that one of the best ways to deinterlace DV footage on a PC after exporting from Premiere Pro is to use avisynth.


      I'm on a Mac and so I'm wondering what would be an equivilent method, or software? (b/c the Premiere Pro for mac does not export to avi.)

      Is there an alternative, or do you recommend that I find a third party software to convert my quicktime .mov to an avi first, and then use avisyinth?





        • 1. Re: Deinterlacing on a Mac
          dradeke Adobe Employee

          When you export through Premiere Pro, there are options to go to 'progressive' frames which is equivalent to de-interlacing.  so, if your source footage is interlaced, choose Progressive on your output and it should do the trick for you.


          Hope this helps,