De-interlacing in Apple Final Cut Pro

October 5, 2010, 12:44 PM

Though many producers now exclusively shoot in progressive mode, few producers don't have some interlaced footage that they need to work with, whether legacy DV or some HD format shot more recently in interlaced mode. When producing for TV or DVD, interlaced works just fine. But when producing for streaming, or for film-based output, de-interlacing is necessary to convert the interlaced fields into progressive frames.

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