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#1 Mykle Mettee

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 04:18 PM

I've just purchased a GY-110 and am not totally familiar with some of the settings. could someone explain the difference between 24P and 24PA in terms that a neophyte camera operator can understand?
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Posted 25 August 2008 - 09:01 PM

I've just purchased a GY-110 and am not totally familiar with some of the settings. could someone explain the difference between 24P and 24PA in terms that a neophyte camera operator can understand?

Should be basically the same process as explained here: http://www.adamwilt....p/#24pRecording

Basically it's 2 different ways of taking 24fps progressive scan and recording it to 60 fields/sec interlaced and then reassembling it to progressive. The 'PA' or advanced method allows you to extract the original progressive frames, the simple 'P' method will interpolate some fields from successive frames to produce a progressive frame, leading to some artifacting.
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