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#1 lucasguidi

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 07:32 PM

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Hi ! 

I got a Sonya6000, recently i took videos. But after putting them on my laptop (macbook pro retina), the rendering wasn't good... The videos wasn't smooth and when i did pause I could see double images...

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Thanks a lot for your help ! 

 

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Posted 16 October 2017 - 01:32 AM

Hi Lucas,
What you are seeing is the combined images of the odd & even fields of an interlaced video frame (eg 1080-50i (PAL), 1080-60i (NTSC)) when you try to look at it as a still frame.
Always much more noticeable on fast-moving images.
If you want to pull stills from a video clip then you should shoot in a Progressive frame mode (eg 1080-25p (PAL), 1080-30p (NTSC), otherwise you will have to de-interlace your footage first.

 

It's all pretty well explained here:

https://www.videomak...terlace-footage

 

;D

 



#3 lucasguidi

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Posted 22 October 2017 - 08:38 AM

Hi Lucas,
What you are seeing is the combined images of the odd & even fields of an interlaced video frame (eg 1080-50i (PAL), 1080-60i (NTSC)) when you try to look at it as a still frame.
Always much more noticeable on fast-moving images.
If you want to pull stills from a video clip then you should shoot in a Progressive frame mode (eg 1080-25p (PAL), 1080-30p (NTSC), otherwise you will have to de-interlace your footage first.

 

It's all pretty well explained here:

https://www.videomaker.com/c

 

Hi Lucas,
What you are seeing is the combined images of the odd & even fields of an interlaced video frame (eg 1080-50i (PAL), 1080-60i (NTSC)) when you try to look at it as a still frame.
Always much more noticeable on fast-moving images.
If you want to pull stills from a video clip then you should shoot in a Progressive frame mode (eg 1080-25p (PAL), 1080-30p (NTSC), otherwise you will have to de-interlace your footage first.

 

It's all pretty well explained here:

https://www.videomak...terlace-footage

 

;D

 

 

 

ourses/699/how-to-deinterlace-footage

 

;D

 

 

  

 

Yeah thanks a lot ! :) :)





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