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Any thoughts on best 35mm-HD offline-DI workflow?


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#1 Eric Styles

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Posted 11 July 2006 - 03:49 PM

Hi, Just wondering on whether anyone has advice on shooting 35mm at 24 FPS, rushes transfer to HD at 24FPS, cutting on Avid Media Composer / Final Cut Pro at true 24FPS, before re-scanning for DI finish,
Last film I worked on, we transfered rushes to DVCAM, but at 25FPS, and this time I'd like to offline in much higher resolution and be able to conform the rushes tapes for any preview / Test screenings. Idealy I'd like 720p 24 rushes that I can upsample to 1080P for preview screenings.
Any thoughts would be very welcome.
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#2 Chris_Burket

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Posted 19 July 2006 - 01:42 PM

Hi, Just wondering on whether anyone has advice on shooting 35mm at 24 FPS, rushes transfer to HD at 24FPS, cutting on Avid Media Composer / Final Cut Pro at true 24FPS, before re-scanning for DI finish,
Last film I worked on, we transfered rushes to DVCAM, but at 25FPS, and this time I'd like to offline in much higher resolution and be able to conform the rushes tapes for any preview / Test screenings. Idealy I'd like 720p 24 rushes that I can upsample to 1080P for preview screenings.
Any thoughts would be very welcome.
Thanks
Eric Styles


Transfer to D5 or HDCam SR, and have the D5 captured direct to disk using the DVCPro HD codec. Then you can just output this back to D5 when you are ready for a screening. Or you could online it if you really want the full 1080. (for final cut)

If you are on AVID you could use the same workflow, but you will have to be on an Adrenaline system and use the DNxHD codec.
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