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De Interlacing in iMovie


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Hi,

I am thinking of buying this camera: Panasonic HC-V100 HD Camcorder (Black) HC-V100K B&H Photo Video . I edit all of my video in iMovie "11. I am wondering if when i export my footage from iMovie it will de interlace the video files. I don't want any quality loss but i am happy for the 6fps to decrease to 30fps.

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