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how can you render in HD

Posted: Fri, 2nd Mar 2007, 3:18am

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DJP444

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yea just what it says. It will not let me render in HD
Posted: Fri, 2nd Mar 2007, 5:48am

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DJP444 wrote:

yea just what it says. It will not let me render in HD
When you created your project, did you select the appropriate HD options in the Project Settings window?
Posted: Sat, 3rd Mar 2007, 12:39am

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ok it let me do the settings in HD but now everything is all like weird and has turned the footage into like lines. also when i render it should I render it in normal avi? cuz i dont have Cineform. o by the way i just got the message that i need cineform.
Posted: Sat, 3rd Mar 2007, 1:07am

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DJP444 wrote:

everything is all like weird and has turned the footage into like lines.
Could you perchance be more specific, or possibly provide a clip or image showing what the problem is?
Posted: Sat, 3rd Mar 2007, 1:11am

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DJP444

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ok i dunno how to have the images but anyway an easier way to put it is the edges of for example ar jagged
Posted: Sat, 3rd Mar 2007, 4:09am

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That would most likely be caused by interlacing. If your field settings are incorrect, it could cause a problem like that, but it could also just be that you are watching interlaced footage on your computer monitor, which displays progressively, and is therefore showing two fields at once. If you watch the rendered footage on a tv, does it still look jaggy?