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Best Way To Convert 30p to 24p?


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#1 Carl King

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Posted 28 July 2013 - 09:39 PM

Hi, I shot a documentary on Sony EX3 in 30p and am curious -- is there a reliable way to convert it to 24p? As of right now when I export to 24p I can see it skipping frames, which is very apparent during slow pans and zooms. What process / software could I use, if any? Thanks!
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#2 Christoph Helms

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 03:31 PM

maybe this can help:

http://philipbloom.n...rom-30p-to-24p/


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#3 Phil Connolly

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 01:30 PM

Doing this in your edit package is going to result in less the ideal results.

 

Ideally you want to use something that will do a motion compensated conversion - that can tween between frames and make a smooth result.

 

Either Twixtor, a Snell and Willcox or Teranex converter would give you the best results. It might be a idea to get a post house to do the final conversion rather then buy the kit yourself - since the really high end converters can get pricy.

 

 

 


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