Adobe CS: Shoot progressive video rather than interlace video

Posted in Graphics on August 03, 2008



Join Kevan O’Brien as he discusses how shooting progressive video rather than interlace video allows for higher quality and clearer/less noisy web video. By shooting progressive you reduce the amount of processing the encoder does, saving time and getting a resulting higher quality video for the bit rate. The Canon XH A1 is featured in this podcast, showing the capability of shooting in progressive mode at both DV and HDV quality, depending on how the video is to be further exploited beyond the web.

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