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#1 joe garcia

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 06:56 AM

Hi, I know this has been covered somewhat but I have specific problems ,, plzz help

I shoot 24 fps, Pan dvx100b NTSC, to capture in Premiere pro 2.0 at the start of a new project there are two selections for 24p footage @48kHz.

1 DV-24P - which states is for 24p and 24p advanced
the custom tab lists two interesting items
a TIMEBASE of 23.976
FIELDS says NO FIELDS-progressive scan
DISPLAY FORMAT is 24fps


2 DV-NTSC - described as 'for IEEE 1394 DV equipment
custom tab list items as
TIMEBASE 29.97
FILDS lower field first
Disp. Format is now 30fps Drop frame timecode ( with option to go 30 fps non-drop frame )


I started to go with the first because in my minds eye I felt 'it is specifically for 24p, and that's what I just shot'
But I'm not so sure that I'm right. Please help me make the right choices here given the CAM and 24fps scene setting. And what to change these to when shooting 60i on this CAM
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