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#1 CraigTarry

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Posted 24 January 2006 - 12:59 PM

Hello, I'm trying to create a short slow motion sequence using the Panasonic DVX100A. In his book "The DVX Book", Barry Green says to use 30P fottage in a 24P timeline and slow it down to 80% to make it smooth. For slower footage, he recommends using 60i footage in a 24p timeline, slowed down to 40%.
So, how do you slow down the 24p timeline?
Thanks - Craig
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#2 Phil Rhodes

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Posted 24 January 2006 - 03:11 PM

Hi,

Well if you're determined to do it in Premiere, then that's a question the manual or help files can answer.

You should, however, look into shooting it as 60i and then bob-deinterlacing it. This can get you something very close to 60 real frames a second at the cost of 50% vertical resolution. It's been talked about on the forum before and the tools to do it are free.

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