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#1 SydRainDropFilms

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Posted 24 November 2006 - 02:55 PM

Ok, so i have been working on this doc on the die for about the last2 years. Starting when i was just out of hight school. I filmed everything on my fx1 with the ciniframe 24 setting on. I was just wondering what kind of time line i should use (running final cut studio) What should the editing timebase be?

I also am thinking of not filming with the 24 again. What is the best way to convert to 24? Can you just drop everything in to a 24 timeline?

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#2 Matt Sandstrom

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Posted 27 November 2006 - 11:57 AM

are you finishing in 60i or 24p? if the former just use the normal 60i preset, which is what you'll get from the camera, or use cinema tools to remove the pulldown and edit in 23.98. you'll need to transcode to a codec that supports 24p though, like dvcpro hd, uncompressed or i think apple intermediate. hdv doesn't. i hear it's included in the latest update though, which i don't have but you can always check.

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EDIT: yes, it's included in the update. only for 5.1 though and i'm using 5.0.

Edited by Matt Sandstrom, 27 November 2006 - 11:59 AM.

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