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#1 Roberflowers

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Posted 31 May 2006 - 01:12 PM

Hi there,
I am working with the 750p camera. I have few questions concerning post production. First we are filming in PAL on location in athens greece. this is where the camera was rented from. But we are coming back to the states for post and this is where it will ultimately be screened.

The camera runs in 25p, so my question revolves around the considerations to take into account when finishing in 24p for possible film out, D-5 finish and dvd. It has been mentioned that going to 24p will involve the dropping of one frame and thus affecting the audio over time. Is there anything else to be aware of?

Also, what might be an efficient way to go through this process? Our HDcam tapes will be 25p, and we're going back to 24p for final, what should be a good approach to this. All our post facilities are at our school in southern california... I"ve posted this on another forum here as well...Any suggestions would be helpful, we are completely new to this. thanks
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#2 Brian Drysdale

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Posted 31 May 2006 - 01:30 PM

It'll run at 24p, however, your sound will be affected because it's also running 4% slower and you may want to do a pitch change. You'd best listen to the end result, because the pitch change process isn't that good with sustained notes.

There are quite a few posts on this subject in the forum.
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