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Re: Frame rate of GY-HD110U

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Ed DooleyRe: Frame rate of GY-HD110U
by on Jul 7, 2007 at 12:22:16 am

Let's start with this: You shot 1080i with a JVC HD-110? How'd you do that? JVC would probably like to know too. :-)
Ed

[Atari Norris] "I have FCP 5.1.4 and I'm capturing via Firewire from JVC GY-HD110U. The tapes were shot in 1080i at a frame rate of 24. That is what my camera is set at now. In FCP 5.1.4, the closest settting is a frame rate of 24, but 1080p, not i. When I import under these settings, the clip in my browser window always comes in at a Frame Size of 1280x720, and a Vid Rate of 23.98 fps. The compressor also says HDV720p24. My understanding is that 1080i24 is the highest quality choice. Why is this happening? How can I fix it? And is capturing all my footage in 1080i24 the best way to log if that's how the tapes were shot? Thank you so much for your help."



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