Studio 9 can't recognize progressive video if height is more then "352"

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#1

I’m having a hard time making Studio 9 working in progressive mode.
My uncompressed footages are recognized as interlace, so the only way to work progressive is to import a progressive video first, usually mpeg1 800x352… that way all subsequent videos I import into the project with resolution less then 800x352 will be treated as progressive, however my 800x600 won’t because of the 352 limitation on the height of the enabler progressive video. If I use higher resolution on the height of the enabler progressive video, Studio 9 will treat it as interlace and all subsequent footage too.
Studio 9 is my favorite studio program more then Studio 12 and it has cooler transitions then Vegas. Please advice. :bow:


#2

We need a bit more information. What is the source of your video? What size is your source video?


#3

I also have noticed this error or bug. It automatically interlaces all vids
meaning you can see streaks of lines, when there is movement in the vid.


#4

[QUOTE=auto78900;2137449]I also have noticed this error or bug. It automatically interlaces all vids
meaning you can see streaks of lines, when there is movement in the vid.[/QUOTE]

UPDATE: Studio 9 treats all videos above 352x240 as interlaced regardless whether is interlaced or progressive and all videos below 352x240 as progressive even if it’s interlaced. I tried this. :frowning:
Updating to 9.4.3 does the same thing.


#5

Have you checked the Options/Preferences feature in the program to see if you have settings forcing these things. I doubt that the program is doing this all by itself… Some setting is forcing it to do this.


#6

[QUOTE=harley2ride;2138790]Have you checked the Options/Preferences feature in the program to see if you have settings forcing these things. I doubt that the program is doing this all by itself… Some setting is forcing it to do this.[/QUOTE]


thanks, its working now. Do u also know where I can find a tutorial on cutting parts out of a video ?


#7

You can check google, and creativecow for Studio tutorials.