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Render Playback Problem [ANSWER]

Posted: Mon, 4th Feb 2008, 5:27am

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FXhomer27928

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Hello there,

When I try to render out of CompositeLab the final quicktime is playing back at double speed? anyone have a solution to this? Thanks in advance...

Rich P.
Posted: Mon, 4th Feb 2008, 5:49am

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Axeman

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This is generally caused by an error in the project settings when you create the project. Make sure that when you create a project, the interlacing/progressive settings match the footage you are working with.
Posted: Mon, 4th Feb 2008, 2:44pm

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FXhomer27928

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Thanks for the answer, but I'm still having major problems. If you can let me know what settings exactly I'm suppose to use I would appreciate it. I'm working with BetaSP footage that is being exported from an Avid editing system. Simple stuff - an interview on green screen over 1 layer of footage. I can export from the avid using a wide variety of codecs (animation, uncompressed, avid 1:1, etc). I've tried pretty much every one of them and when I do the final render in Composite Lab it either crashes the program or spits out a quicktime that is played at double speed. I've tried messing around with all the settings in CompositeLab and to no avail...

Thanks,

Rich P.
Posted: Tue, 5th Feb 2008, 12:39am

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Axeman

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The settings are different from camera to camera, so no one can really tell you which ones you should be using. Is the footage you are working with interlaced, or progressive?