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Lines through rendered image

Posted: Mon, 20th Dec 2004, 4:42am

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The Artur

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hey, im not sure if this was posted before, and for those about to tell me to use the search button, well i realy dont know what to search for, and what to call this so:

When i render from chromy my actor looks like theres lines going through him or her, does this have anything to do with what the render settings are, or how my camera is set? Its like wierd robotic static I guess i could compare this to starwars type holograms theres static in them, so yeah, that about what it looks like , anyone know what i'm talking about?
Posted: Mon, 20th Dec 2004, 4:46am

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Marek

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It seems like your having interlacing problems. Check if your original footage is interlaced or not.

There are options for interlaced footage when opening a new project in chromanator.
Posted: Mon, 20th Dec 2004, 4:59am

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The Artur

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ok i'll have to check that, thanks
Posted: Tue, 21st Dec 2004, 12:30am

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TimmyD

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There was a thread about flickering actors somewhere here. Search for that, it might help.
Posted: Tue, 21st Dec 2004, 9:17am

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Klut

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Artur L, if you use the image I helped you with, it might be becouse it's not full size ntsc. When chromy starts, select custom in the new project thing. And select the right size, in your case 320 and 240. It might help.
Posted: Tue, 21st Dec 2004, 5:07pm

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The Artur

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ok, i think it is the size, because last night i made a chromy test video, i captured it to be bigger than my usual captures, and it was good, there was no flickering or anything. Thanks guys.