How to Get Rid of Digital Lines in Final Cut Pro

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Getting rid of digital lines in Final Cut Pro is something that you can do by first deinterlacing the footage. Get rid of digital lines in Final Cut Pro with help from an experienced film professional in this free video clip.

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Hey, I'm Zach, and I'm gonna show you how to deinterlace your footage in Final Cut Pro. If you don't do this, your footage is interlaced, and this causes digital lines that go across your display and doesn't look very good. So here in Final Cut Pro I have a screen capture that I did, and as you can see, it looks a little bit pixelated. The first step that I'm going to do is actually just go down and deinterlace it. So, I will scroll here until I get to field dominance. I'll select this one, right-click and go none. Nothing really happens, as you can see, it's because I also need to deinterlace my sequence one. So I right-click again, I go to non, and you can see a huge difference already. And I'll go full screen, and it looks a lot better than it did because I deinterlaced it. My name's Zach, and I just showed you how to deinterlace your footage in Final Cut Pro and get rid of those digital lines. Thanks for watching.


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