ngsilver wrote:Well, it depends on if you are already using any other source.
If you're just using the 1 source, and you're not going to do any effects, then up-scaling after would work just fine.
If you're doing effects work, I'd suggest up-scaling before in order to make sure the final product will look good.
If you are using multiple sources, and some are already HD (I'm assuming your upscaling to HD) then I would recommend up-scaling before so that all your sources match and you get the best quality out of your HD sources.
DriftRoot wrote:Same question as Bashar, possibly for the same reason. Here's the twist: I've already made 75% of my clips in 848x480, but haven't started editing with them yet. Can I just upscale these clips to 1280x720 with AVS, or should I go to back to my VOBs and redo these clips from scratch at the higher res? I have no idea what - if any - quality drop might take place by upscaling now vs. going back and getting the footage from the VOB files all over again. The con wants widescreen, HD videos and I don't want to screw it up at the get-go if I can possibly help it.
Zarxrax wrote:Is your source HD to begin with? If its originally HD, then resizing to 848x480 THEN upscaling is just dumb.
if its not HD to begin with, then just wait and upscale after you finish editing
Zarxrax wrote: (why is a con requiring HD??)
DriftRoot wrote:Not sure why...perhaps it has to do with some ratio Premiere is trying to correct?
BasharOfTheAges wrote:The footage in question, for me at least, is Soul Eater, which was aired in HD, but hasn't even been released in BRD in Japan yet - I assume because they backed HD-DVD and they legally can't as part of some contract.
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