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    Hi
    I am trying to render a clip from Premiere Pro CS4 which I shot with a Canon HV20 in HD 24P mode. I used TMPGEnc Xpress to do the pulldown. The video is 1440x1080 and 23.976FPS. Here are the settings I use to export:

    Format: Quicktime
    Video Codec: Animation
    Frame Rate: 23.976
    Field Type: Progressive
    Aspect: HD Anamorphic 1080 (1.333)
    Codec Settings: 8bit

    When I render it the quality is terrible. Here is a screenshot:


    The colours are strange.

    I have used other formats such as H264 and codecs like Photo-JPEG but the quality is always really bad. Can anyone help me solve this?

    Thanks

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    Helpfull mod note.

    You can post pics with the reply form - it works better.

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    Can you tell us a bit more please -

    Are you trying to render out to NTSC or PAL, is there a reason you are rendering at 23.976?
    Is it interlaced or NON, what software are you using??
    Is this a video sequence or a set of pictures?
    What camera did you use and what is its frame rate recording?



    I would say that i think you are rendering out in a frame rate that is not your native rate, i.e. 29 / 30 or 24 / 25

    If you are going for the "Film" Look then 24p is it, make sure that whenever you render out you have De-interlace set to "Yes".

    If you are using Adobe products then make sure you render out in "BEST" quality, when people render out in the resolution they were previewing in like draft or half then this normally causes a bad render.

    Send us back the answers to this and ill try and help.

    Mitch


    What the hell.....>!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITCH
    Can you tell us a bit more please -

    Are you trying to render out to NTSC or PAL, is there a reason you are rendering at 23.976?
    Is it interlaced or NON, what software are you using??
    Is this a video sequence or a set of pictures?
    What camera did you use and what is its frame rate recording?


    I would say that i think you are rendering out in a frame rate that is not your native rate, i.e. 29 / 30 or 24 / 25

    If you are going for the "Film" Look then 24p is it, make sure that whenever you render out you have De-interlace set to "Yes".

    If you are using Adobe products then make sure you render out in "BEST" quality, when people render out in the resolution they were previewing in like draft or half then this normally causes a bad render.

    Send us back the answers to this and ill try and help.

    Mitch

    23.976fps is n0ot a standard frame rate but this shouldn't create noise. it's looks more like a codec problem. what codec are you trying to use? Quicktime is the file extension, it could be anything inside. post up your export settings

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