[Tig] How to do the SD to Film?
mikko.kuutti at sea.fi
Tue Feb 26 12:08:36 GMT 2008
This of course isn't an issue in this case since the source is 25 fps.
I'm not really the expert on current de-interlacing techniques (my
experience in this matter is from about 6 years back) but I think a
reverse pull-down could be combined with the de-interlacing.
De-interlacing is really a bastard to do properly, and I hope there
exist by now good solutions that use motion estimation and the works
to make use of both fields. Back when I was dealing with it, the
solution that produced most consistent results was to simply chuck
every other field away. This gives a full 288 lines of information and
you can image how that looks on film at worst. This is where a good up-
rezing algorithm steps in to save the day.
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On 26.2.2008, at 1.10, Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Feb 2008, Mikko Kuutti wrote:
>> The crucial issue is whether the material is interlaced or not. If
>> are lucky, the footage was shot progressive. If not, use the best
>> available de-interlacer.
> Another issue is how to map 30FPS (or 60 fields per second) to
> 24FPS. Is this best done during the de-interlacing step?
> Bob Friesenhahn
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