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    Hi All,
    I was wondering if the interlacing applied in the AD conversion in the camera (PAL SD) syncs with the original source interlacing by default, does anyone have any comments?

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    What else could it do? The sequence of lines and fields is completely determined. If the camcorder doesn't get it right, the DV conversion won't look right.
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    Yes, you must remember that fundamentally, video in general and analog video in particular is a SERIAL, continuous stream of (modulated) lines. When the lines sweep back to the left or the top, it is very clear to the A/D that those are horizontal or vertical sync pulses, so it can easily keep sync (assuming it's not too degraded, but that's what TBCs & buffers are for).

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    Thanks, that sounds logical.
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