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Solution #2 (as Eric Vinyard suggested): 1. Locate file: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\SLCache\X19zbGNfZmVhdHVyZXNf­Xw==.slc 2. Open it with a text editor (may need to open it as an admin as this is in Program Files directory) 3. Delete everything the file contains 4. Save and close 5. Set the 'Read Only' attribute for the file: Right Mouse - ...


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You should be able to tell just by looking at it. When you watch for motion and see a comb-like horizontal pattern, the video is interlaced. You could also try pausing the video at several points and looking for this pattern, but not every frame will look interlaced. Pause the video at points where there is quick motion, and step forward one frame at a ...


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Windows won't help you with this. There are several file info programs available. I use MediaInfo, which I like especially for the context menu entry "MediaInfo" that allows you to quickly open video files and view their meta data in the program. It shows mostly anything there is to know about the video file. The information you are looking for will be ...



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