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De-interlacing in Apple Final Cut Pro 

By Jan Ozer

Though many producers now exclusively shoot in progressive mode, few producers don't have some interlaced footage that they need to work with, whether legacy DV or some HD format shot more recently in interlaced mode...

Producing H.264 Files on the Mac, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

We'll look at the quality, performance, and compatibility of H.264 files produced by Telestream Episode Encoder 6 (yes, the new version) and Sorenson Media Squeeze 6.5 (yes, also new)...

Producing H.264 Files on the Mac, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

In celebration of MPEG-LA extending the royalty-free policy for H.264 video delivered without charge over the Internet, I thought I would devote the next few columns on producing H.264 video...

MPEG-2 Encoders, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In the first half of this month's article, I looked at the usability and performance of five MPEG-2 encoding tools: Apple Compressor, Cinema Craft Encoder MP, Innobits BitVice, Sorenson Media Squeeze, and Telestream Episode Encoder...

MPEG-2 Encoders, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

This month's Final Cut Pro Insider will try to identify the highest-quality Mac-based software encoder for converting HD footage to DVD-compatible MPEG-2...

Encoding for the Apple iPad, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Last time out, I detailed how to produce videos transferred to the Apple iPad via cable, whether directly in your office or uploaded via iTunes. This time, I'll discuss how to encode files for delivering via Wi-Fi or 3G...

Encoding for the Apple iPad, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

If the Apple iPad had a tattoo, it would read, "Born to consume content." Love it or hate it, if you're a video producer on any platform, someone soon will be asking you to get your (and probably their) content onto the iPad. So that's what I'll cover over the next two issues of Final Cut Pro Insider...

The Future of Web Video, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Welcome back. In our last edition, I detailed what HTML5 is and why it's important and set the stage for my analysis of Ogg Theora, which was supposed to be the focus of this second part...

The Great GPU Shift 

By Trevor Boyer

Adobe's Mercury engine will use GPUs to provide better playback in editing software...

Copy Protection for Your DVDs, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In the last issue, I detailed how to add VideoWrite copy protection to a recordable DVD using Microboards MX-2 Disc Publisher. As a refresher, VideoWrite is Microboards' brand for the Patronus copy protection from Fortium Technologies...

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