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Videoscribe output in 1080i

Is there a way to output VScribe animation as interlaced 1080i file? When screened on TV rather than on PC monitor VSribe 1080p animations appear as blurry/unstabile when having small details due to missing lines of graphic. Anyone knows a way to avoid this kind of problem?

There is no option in VideoScribe to change the scanning of a rendered video.

What sort of TV will the video be displayed on?

1) Are you processing or converting the video in any way, saving it in a new file format or burning it to a disc before playing it on the television?

2) Are you using an old cathode ray tube television? I think LCD, Plasma, OLED and most other flat screen televisions now use progressive scan technology by default instead of interlacing.

-Mike (videoscribe user)

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