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More importantly the scan type is MBAFF instead of interlaced which may not be supported by some media players. Panasonic SD9, Panasonic TM700, Panasonic SD600, GoPro HD Hero.
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Quote: More importantly the scan type is MBAFF instead of interlaced which may not be supported by some media players.


I did see that (noted as I had read about MBAFF earlier in the day) but then over looked and fogot about it. Well highlighted. I've made bold in my post to make it clear.

Obviously I would like PD to give me the power to choose some of these production options. However if I had a simple way to remux the MPEG-TS AVC format MBAFF scan type video to BDAV AVC interlaced video, I would have a work around without compromise.

Any ideas on options for txMuxeR or other tools? I have tried Avidemux without any luck.

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Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Interlaced
Scan order : Top Field First

Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.305
Stream size : 39.9 MiB (94%)


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The true is that even the last PowerDirector 16 cannot produce real true interlaced footage. In the header of the file there is "interlaced " or "top field first", but the frames are NOT interlaced. Verify this in a player which shows the raw footage.

Hard and software takes therefore sometimes wrong decisions and playback is jumpy.

I tried to create a profile for interlaced footage, but the result was always de-interlaced (even with a profile "interlaced").
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