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#1 petersant

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 10:35 AM

Hey all,
I have just shot and tk'd a new film and have a few questions before I start editing. I am being careful as I will finish on 16mm film with optical sound.so here is what I've done so far.

Shot on standard 16mm at 24 fps (no sync sound needed)

telecined the footage to dvcam at 25fps

telecine Inc. Burnt in timecode and keycode

telecine also with flexfile (camera roll only not slate/take)



My first question is after I input the flexfiles to cinema tools and do a batch capture in fcp should I conform the footage in cinema tools to 24fps?

Also since I have done a batch capture in fcp (camera rolls) for ease of editing should I divide each batch/camera roll into sub-clips in order to have easy access to each shot?
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