I am (trying) to make a film consisting entirely of reversed and speeded up footage - the intention being to create a film that has the impression of being a silent 15fps film being played at normal PAL rate. I have recorded all the action (backwards) on PAL DV 16:9, and have already come up with a rough cut. However, when watched back... (if you can give me an answer you probably already know where this is going!) ...either small jagged lines appear across the screen where the interlace fields have gotten out of order, OR the film flickers unpleasantly when a character moves sharply...
I HAVE ALREADY TRIED:
I am runnning out of ideas, have deadlines approaching, and am sure that someone out there knows the truth of the matter and can give me a simple yet satisfying answer!!
- reversing feild order
- choosing upper (instead of lower) feild first when exporting (in Premiere)
- De-interlacing altogether
Thanks to those who reply..