How to Remove Interlace After Effects

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Removing interlace After Effects is something that you can do using the "interlace" tool. Remove interlace After Effects with help from a certified Adobe instructor in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Matthew Pizzi. What we're going to take a look at is how we can remove interlace from video inside of After Effects. Some video formats capture video with opposing lines of video information. When you see these opposing lines it can cause problems. So we're going to take a look at how we can remove them. Inside of After Effects I have this composition of this video that suffers from interlace. So what we're going to do is take a look at how we can remove this. Now there's several different ways that you can remove it and some ways are way more complicated than others. So what I'm going to do is show you the easiest way to remove it. To remove it we're going to go up to the effect menu and from the effect menu we're going to choose blur and sharpen and from there we're going to choose reduce interlace flicker. Once you have the effect applied you want to make an adjustment to the sharpness slider. If you look at the video footage you'll see some interlace here within the bushes. So if we come over to the sharpness slider and drag it all the way over to the right take a look at the video clip. You'll notice it becomes somewhat blurry. Now the trick is finding the balance between that blur and the interlace removal. And you want to make sure to preview the video as a still frame won't give you an accurate representation of what the video will look like. But nevertheless this simple effect gives you the ability to remove interlace quickly and easily. Though interlace happens with older video formats you may run into some legacy video for a particular project and this is a perfect solution for solving the problem.


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