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Can We Get A Update For 60 Fps?


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Ive been try to figure out way to get 60 fps but i can find any way and the only way i know of is for Roxio to update the software to 60fps. Please can we get 60 fps in an update it will be most appricated and plus i have about 30 people who i know who want to get 60 fps on there roxio.

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Ive been try to figure out way to get 60 fps but i can find any way and the only way i know of is for Roxio to update the software to 60fps. Please can we get 60 fps in an update it will be most appricated and plus i have about 30 people who i know who want to get 60 fps on there roxio.

 

Contact Roxio, directly. This is a users forum.

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Isn't it advertised as being able to capture 60fps in 1080i, though?

 

It even says it on the back of the box.

 

1080i 60fps only applies if you bob the video(Google "Bob Deinterlace"). It's recorded as 30 FPS interlaced(after bob it's 60) when recorded at full 1080, but when you capture 1080 in a 720p profile on the RGCHDP it's 30fps progressive(hardware does the deinterlacing by interpolation).

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1080i 60fps only applies if you bob the video(Google "Bob Deinterlace"). It's recorded as 30 FPS interlaced(after bob it's 60) when recorded at full 1080, but when you capture 1080 in a 720p profile on the RGCHDP it's 30fps progressive(hardware does the deinterlacing by interpolation).

You probably went over thier heads most are interested in Numbers not meaning :lol::D:lol:

 

HERE is one link if you care to learn a little ;)

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1080i 60fps only applies if you bob the video(Google "Bob Deinterlace"). It's recorded as 30 FPS interlaced(after bob it's 60) when recorded at full 1080, but when you capture 1080 in a 720p profile on the RGCHDP it's 30fps progressive(hardware does the deinterlacing by interpolation).

 

woah, woah, slow down.

 

So: I record a 1080i gameplay vid using the 1080i profile. The video is 30fps, or 60?

 

Then, using the bob deinterlace profile in VLC player, it becomes 60fps, or was it already?

 

What about the linear deinterlace profile?

 

Canyou go into more detail regarding how the deinterlace effects the frame rate?

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woah, woah, slow down.

 

So: I record a 1080i gameplay vid using the 1080i profile. The video is 30fps, or 60?

 

Then, using the bob deinterlace profile in VLC player, it becomes 60fps, or was it already?

 

What about the linear deinterlace profile?

 

Canyou go into more detail regarding how the deinterlace effects the frame rate?

 

Lol alright. I'll keep it simpe.

 

i = Interaced(two fields, top field and bottom field)

 

p = progressive.

 

Progressive video displays both fields at once, providing a smooth 60fps.

 

Interlaced video displays both fields at one time, but the fields are separated, not combined. That's up to you.

 

Deinterlacing - You have two choices, bob deinterlace, and interpolation,linear deinterlace etc. Bob deinterlacing alternates between both fields providing smooth 60fps video(that's why it's called bobbing, because the video bobs up and down). Deinterlacing by any other method removes one field, and interpolates the rest of the video footage keeping it at 30fps, but reduces video quality.

 

If I'm still onfusing to you, then sorry :P.

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Lol alright. I'll keep it simpe.

 

i = Interaced(two fields, top field and bottom field)

 

p = progressive.

 

Progressive video displays both fields at once, providing a smooth 60fps.

 

Interlaced video displays both fields at one time, but the fields are separated, not combined. That's up to you.

 

Deinterlacing - You have two choices, bob deinterlace, and interpolation,linear deinterlace etc. Bob deinterlacing alternates between both fields providing smooth 60fps video(that's why it's called bobbing, because the video bobs up and down). Deinterlacing by any other method removes one field, and interpolates the rest of the video footage keeping it at 30fps, but reduces video quality.

 

If I'm still onfusing to you, then sorry :P.

 

No, I understand the difference between progressive and interlace (With p, you have two frames, with I, the two frames are spliced together), my confusion was in regards to bob vs. others.

 

I compared bob vs. Linear on vlc players deinterlace setting, and linear looked SLIGHTLY (only be a few pixels here and there) better. Yadif looked better, but the image got cropped or disorted somewhat. And using bob didn't seem to double the frame rate....

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