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Brandon CampbellRendering Non-Drop Frame from After Effects
by on Apr 25, 2012 at 7:08:39 pm

Wonder if anyone can help me with a timecode/frame rate question:

I am rendering out animations from AE to be projected in a theater piece.
The guy I'm delivering the files to is using Ki Pro (which I know nothing about) to run the movie clips to
the projector. He is saying that he needs 29.97fps non-drop frame clips rather than drop frame.

I see in my Project Settings that I can change the Display Style to Non-Drop Frame under the drop down
menu for NTSC. I have that on Non-Drop Frame, still he is telling me the files I'm delivering are drop frame.

My comp settings are HDV/HDTV 720 29.97, 1280x720, 29.97 fps.

I'm in After Effects CS5, using Apple Pro Res 422 codec.

Is there anything else I should be doing to make sure I am delivering non-drop frame clips?
I'm not new to AE but have never had to deal with this before.

Thanks!
B


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