De-interlacing from FCP for Youtube

Posted by Chris Rawlence 
De-interlacing from FCP for Youtube
February 16, 2010 12:34PM
Exporting an FCP cut as an MP4 for Youtube doesn't seem tol allow me the de-interlace option within FCP, unlike the box I get in FCP for a Quicktime Movie. With Snow Leopard the newish QT10 doesn't seem to offer me the Quicktime Pro option I once had to de-interlace MP4s from here either. Am I doing something wrong? How do I de-interlace? Should I? Running FCP7 on Snow Leopard. Sometimes exporting HD, sometimes SD. Chris Rawlence
Re: De-interlacing from FCP for Youtube
February 16, 2010 12:41PM
Do it with Compressor. Compressor does a surprisingly wonderful job of removing pulldown, if that's what you're dealing with. And while absolutely nothing will do a good job of turning truly interlaced material into progressive frames, Compressor does a better job than most on its "better" or "best" setting ? and it's free, since you already own it.

Re: De-interlacing from FCP for Youtube
February 16, 2010 07:51PM
I've been using the settings found on this page:
I've created a droplet in Compressor and put it on my desktop. I just drop the SCQT file onto it and it turns out very nice looking files for upload.

FCP 7.0.3, PPro CS5.5, MPro Octo 2.8, 16 gigs RAM, Matrox MXO2, Sony EX1
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