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Old 4th October 2016, 21:05   #1  |  Link
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Premiere Pro or QTGMC for deinterlacing?

Wasn't sure where to put this, however I have some TFF interlaced footage imported into my computer from VHS. I've done some color correction in Premiere Pro and looking to export it. Part I'm questioning, due to keeping this in a video file format was going to convert to progressive. Was curious if anyone knows if the seemingly featureless (just pick progressive) export option in premiere is any good, or the QTGMC deinterlacer that you can use with AVISynth and VDub would be a better path to take?

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QTGMC will likely be dramatically better.

It's all I ever use when capturing VHS footage. I deinterlace and upsacle to 720p60, encode into DNxHD using ffmpeg, and edit / color correct from there.
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Thanks for the reply. Is my workflow accurate that I should denoise and color correct in Premiere, exporting as interlaced and then deinterlace after that with QTGMC?
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I'd deinterlace first, and post in 50p/60p
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