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Re: Mixed formats to be delivered in Vimeo

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Rafael AmadorRe: Mixed formats to be delivered in Vimeo
by on Dec 7, 2010 at 7:37:33 pm

[Isabelle Illya Guillemin] "But how can you reproduce the exact editing made with 25fps in 30 fps ? I took note of every clip segment. For example : I made cut in a clip at 25fps at segment 22f-7s13f. Where do I find these points at 30fps ? "
You can use the PAL movie as visual reference to rebuild the 30fps sequence, but you can not really use the PAL sequence. When you convert stuff (30 to 25 or 25 to 30), you create a new TC. The reference to identify single frames is totally changed.

[Isabelle Illya Guillemin] "Will these settings be okay for the sequence ?
Image dimension 640 x 480 NTSC 4:3
Pixel proprotions : square (anamorphosed uncheck)
Video settings for Quicktime at Apprle Prores
Audio settings 44,1k"

That's OK.

[Isabelle Illya Guillemin] "I realize now I should have done the work the other way around. There could be a way then by changing al the clips from 30 to 25fps and then procede with the editing again. What do you think ?"
Planing in advance is the key.
You can try to convert the DV footage to the specs before and edit with rest of the footage. Don't convert to DV. Use Prores.
rafael

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