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  • Re: Any news on HD(V) pulldown removal...?

    [quote user="BobRusso"] Avid does have White Papers on all the supported cameras: <http://www.avid.com/resources/whitepapers/> There is a detailed list of supported devices in the Knowledge Base: <http://tinyurl.com/595p48> [/quote] Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately none of these 1080p24 HDV cams are listed there. [quote] In
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by kamm on Thu, May 29 2008
  • Re: Any news on HD(V) pulldown removal...?

    [quote user="itmatters"] [quote user="kamm"] Last week I checked MC3.0 and there's no sign of a proper, during-capture inverse telecine - will this *ever* be implemented? Did anyone notice at Avid that now you can get a pretty decent quality HDV Canon etc for B-roll from $1k...? It's there for NTSC, why is it such a pain
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by kamm on Thu, May 29 2008
  • Re: Any news on HD(V) pulldown removal...?

    [quote user="Dom Q. Silverio"] Is the pulldown removal real time during capture or is it a seperate step (a la Log and Capture + Compressore in FCP) for Edius, Cineform, and FCP? My guess, it is a pain in HD because you are handling more data thus the overhead is much bigger. With HDV's long GOP structure it means you need to decompress
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by kamm on Thu, May 29 2008
  • Any news on HD(V) pulldown removal...?

    Last week I checked MC3.0 and there's no sign of a proper, during-capture inverse telecine - will this *ever* be implemented? Did anyone notice at Avid that now you can get a pretty decent quality HDV Canon etc for B-roll from $1k...? It's there for NTSC, why is it such a pain to put in for HD as well? Pulldown removal is not only available
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by kamm on Tue, May 20 2008
  • Re: Enough with 24p

    [quote user="Guywithcat"]I am cutting a few projects now -- all shot in 24p over 30i, editing in 30i. If we decide to go to film we can convert to 24 later and if we go to tv as planned we can stay at 30. I am still baffled as to why anyone would shoot 24, lay down to tape in 30, pulldown to 24 to edit, then reverse to 30 for output.[/quote
    Posted to Avid Xpress Pro - PC (Forum) by kamm on Tue, May 20 2008
  • Re: Enough with 24p

    [quote user="ravidedit"] A lot of people that I've seen shooting 24p are doing it because they have a pipe dream that their going to get have it transfered to film at the end as if it was that simple. Most of those people don't have any idea what the process or the cost of such a venture is. And of course if most of them had the means
    Posted to Avid Xpress Pro - PC (Forum) by kamm on Tue, May 20 2008
  • Re: Enough with 24p

    [quote user="tompearson"] we are cutting on an avid a video editor [/quote] It's NOT a video editor per se, sorry unless you are indeed cueing video tapes back and forth on some weird, Avid-branded system. [quote] yet so many want "that film look "you all have been barking about. so just go cut film and really be the purist you
    Posted to Avid Xpress Pro - PC (Forum) by kamm on Tue, May 20 2008
  • Re: Enough with 24p

    [quote user="Job ter Burg"] [quote]if you are delivering in 30i on a regular basis (As we do here) then shooting in 24p is kind of a waste.[/quote] Huh? If one feels it looks nicer than 30i, what's wrong with that? How can it be a waste? Personally, I cannot watch any fictional footage that has been shot interlaced. It just looks wrong
    Posted to Avid Xpress Pro - PC (Forum) by kamm on Tue, May 20 2008
  • Re: Enough with 24p

    [quote user="tompearson"] if film is so great why are we all cutting video ?? [/quote] Ummm excuse me...? I'm afraid I'm not following you...
    Posted to Avid Xpress Pro - PC (Forum) by kamm on Mon, May 19 2008
  • Re: Enough with 24p

    Well, after learning you don't really know what telecine vs inverse telecine mean I tend to agree...
    Posted to Avid Xpress Pro - PC (Forum) by kamm on Mon, May 19 2008
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