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#1 Saba Mazloum

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Posted 27 March 2006 - 09:43 PM

Hello to all the amazing DPz, i need some good suggestions and recommendations. I live in Canada and im in the Cinematography Program in Vancouver. Annnd for my final project, we are shooting on the HVX, i was thinking of shooting few scenes in revers. Basically Im going to make my actors act in revers, so when I'm in post, when i revers the whole thing, it will look like.. Moooneey. The thing is, i want to make it as smooth as posible, and i heard that you can ramp on the HVX from 12fps ~60fps( If im not wrong). So how would i do this to make it professional as posible..
Any helpfull suggestions will be great.. THanks..

Saba :rolleyes:
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#2 Stas Tagios

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Posted 27 March 2006 - 10:42 PM

i heard that you can ramp on the HVX from 12fps ~60fps( If im not wrong). So how would i do this to make it professional as posible..


The HVX can shoot at different frame rates, but can't ramp or switch between them during shooting. If you want to ramp speeds in a shot with HVX footage, you'll have to do it in post.
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#3 chrislockerman

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Posted 28 March 2006 - 10:09 PM

You're going to need to work hard with your performers. The smoother they are, the smoother your shots will be when you reverse them in post.
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