Yes, Ted. That footage surely is interlaced, eh? Did you intend to shoot it i-laced?
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02-28-2008 02:44 PM
yeah Ted, no good.
02-28-2008 02:48 PM
I somehow managed to find Ted's banner... don't ask me how...
Good luck, Ted...Actor / Musician
02-28-2008 02:49 PM
Just seeing your comments above.
You know, I am about to throw this computer on the floor.
The footage is not interlaced. At least, when I stop and go frame by frame, there is not a single frame that has upper or lower fields at all.
Now... I continue to follow the comment on Post #1 under FCP sticky by Noah stating that I must capture at 29.97
And every time that I do, I get a message stating that the imported footage does not match the sequence settings. Do I want to change the settings?
I have tried many combinations of importing and sequence settings. I continue to get that message.
This is what happened to my film "Love." I got that message over and over. I finally had to edit it as is and look what happened!
At least, I have time to figure this out this time.
Thanks for taking a look.
I will go back to FCP and see wtf is going on!
02-28-2008 03:01 PM
Okay, I just re-imported that footage and THIS time when FCP asked me if I wanted it to change the settings to make the footage and the sequence settings match, I said NO. And it looks 100 times better!
I will take down that other piece of crap and ask you guys to look at this new import.
Give me a few....
02-28-2008 03:02 PM
Ted, it looks to me like it's a field order problem. Maybe you have even first when it should be odd first or vice-versa. I don't know...
EDIT: Ok, nevermind...Actor / Musician
02-28-2008 03:11 PM
You know what.... This sucks. I am really starting to hate FCP. I never had problems before I switched to 6.0
However, one thing that I am noticing.... when I go to flip the image, THAT'S when all of the artifacts show up!!!!
Does this make any sense? I have been using Video Effects, Perspective, Rotate, Rotate.
I do this, I get artifacts. I undo this and I DON'T.
Any ideas or suggestions? Is there another way to flip the image?
(totally glad that I am doing these 35mm adapter tests NOW!)