The term De-interlace refers to the process of converting an interlaced video (a sequence of fields) into a progressive video (a sequence of frames). A thorough explanation of de-interlacing can be found here.


Ots Studio will automatically determine whether a video needs to be de-interlaced. Some video can have a combination of interlaced and progressive (de-interlaced) images. If Ots Studio has incorrectly determined the whether the video is interlaced or progressive, you can manually change the setting as required.



Related Topics:

Synchronizing audio to video

Device A/V Sync Calibration

How to change the Aspect Ratio

ARC Embellishments

How to modify the Frame Rate

Adjusting the First and Last viewable video frames

Titling Presentation


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