field order dvd import

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dmz
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field order dvd import

Post by dmz »

I think I know the answer to this question but Id thought Id check. Upper field first is commonly used for vhs imports and lower field first for DV imports. I record my VHS tapes on my DVD recorder, then burn them to DVD, then import them to VS10+. Even though the original data is VHS, Im assuming Ive done the wrong thing by importing the DVDs as upper field first. I figure as long as I render these as upper field I havent done too much damage.
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Post by lancecarr »

Whatever they are as they enter VS, keep it at that.
The DVD recorder will be upper field first so keep that.
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