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#1 David Silverstein

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 10:51 PM

Quoting David Mullen on slow motion with the dvx100.
"Switch the camera from 24P to 60i, then in post, convert 60i to 60P by making each field into a frame. You get a true 60 fps slow-motion effect when played back as 24P footage (because at 60i, you were capturing motion 60 times per second, only as fields, not frames). You do lose some vertical resolution but it doesn't look as bad as you'd think."

How do you play back footage at 24p? Do you need magic bullet and convert it or is there an easier way?

I have magic bullet but for me it takes forever to convert usally like 5 min per 3 min of footage.
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