I have two reel length clips that make a feature length movie that have been encoded for me at a post house and I just need to put them together and burn them to DVD. This issue is that I can see the interlacing in the footage during certain scenes and through transitions. The title crawl at the end jumps a bit as well. The specs for the clips are below. The eventual destination is DVD through Encore. I have done mostly episodic work batched from tapes so I have never had to deal with this. I have tried messing with the fields and making it progressive. I have burned allot of test DVD's trying different things through encore and nothing so far has worked. The hardware is a purpose built PC system and plays it just fine except for these flaws. Do I need to bring it down to 8 bit? If so how would I do that. Any help would be wonderful!
Here is the clips properties.
Image Size 720 X 486
Pixel Depth 24
Frame Rate 29.97
Average Data Rate 27.2 MB/second
Average Frame Rate 29.98 FPS
Uncompressed 10 bit.
Thank you for your time and your help!
My first thought is the post house did a poor telecine. You may have to send it back.
I currently have Quicktime 7.6.8 installed, would updating that possibly change the situation. I generally do not update unless I absolutely have to. Thanks
I don't know. QuickTime is a dirty word in my book. (Actually anything Apple is taboo.) I'd have made them give me an AVI file, myself.