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#1 Dave Bailey

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 10:41 PM

I just bought a Panasonic DVX100B . I hope I get treated far better than I did when I went to CENTURY 21 ELECTRONICS.I purchased the dvx100b because of all its rave reviews. My question is I want to shot a music video what should I shoot at . 60i 30p or 24p ?

Im not new to filming or editing .But this is a huge step up from the small consumer palmcorders Ive owned till now.So Im reading as much as I can but the learning curve is mucher higher.I do most of my editing on adobe prem 6.5 . The camera is bundled with Magic Bullet editor 2 .

The end goal is to shot a Heavy Metal video that will eventually go onto DVD with the bands cd.It will be a DVD extra .

Any Help . I'll promise to do my home work . But it can be a bit much if you dont know where to start.

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