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PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 2:40 pm 

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I've recently started shooting 1080i with my V1 to be able to take full res stills at the same time. Can anyone confirm if N1 actually captures true 60 fields (as specifications and visual inspection of footage seem to imply) or if this is progressive segmented? Assuming it's true interlaced, can someone suggest a good way to double deinterlace it to 60p (i.e. interpolating both fields to 1080p). I'm on a Mac and have had good results with JES Deinterlacer with other cameras, but it doesn't even recognize N1's 1080i as interlaced (neither does MediaInfo). iMovie appears to be confused with it as well (not that I even want to import interlaced into iMovie with its single field processing). I'm able to get good results with MPEG Streamclip or Handbreak but these tools only deinterlace to 30p.


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