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#1 Dave Plake

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Posted 14 February 2007 - 11:17 PM

Shot a music video...shot it with the 24pn setting as apposed to the 24p setting. It goes to post and I am told that I apparantly didn't shoot it at 29.97 because in editing they ended up having to play all the footage back at 80%. Is this because the camera was shooting at 23.97 and the dat was playing the music at 29.97? Or is there some other reason...or something else I screwed up in the HVX200 settings. I would have assumed that even if the camera did lay down a native 24fps signal onto the p2 card, the 3:2 pulldown in final cut would have corrected any sync issues. I am confused.
Any thoughts?

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#2 Greg Johnson

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Posted 15 February 2007 - 12:02 AM

This is the DVX100 thread so you may not get the intended response you're looking for.

I'd love to help but I've never heard of this problem. Do you have anymore info on what the post guys are doing? It's sounds like a post problem to me. Even if you drop 23.98 footage into 29.97 sequence FCP will do a pulldown, I've never ran a DAT with my HVX, I'll try it tomorrow and see if I can't create the same problem.

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