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kevin brown
dvcpro vs 720p? what is high def
on Dec 30, 2009 at 2:40:49 am

maybe not the best forum for this question but seemed to be the clsoest.
So i did a short film on a panasonic aj-d700p, it is a 750 line camera. When i edited in avid liquid it output at 720X486. Is this the same as high def 720/60i?
Or was this native at 720/23.97
thanks, kevin


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brent curran
Re: dvcpro vs 720p? what is high def
on Dec 30, 2009 at 9:57:08 am

I shot footage using an hvx 200 .. I used a 16 gb p2 card. I'm using final cut 6.1.2 .. I import my footage using log and transfer. My problem is I'm editing the footage after importing it on a 59 94 time line.
I want to edit a 23.98 time line so i used my remove dupilcate frames import and my audio is out of sync?
Can anyone suggest anything.. Presently I edit 59.94 then export and using compressor export using dvc pro 24 p to get the frame rate of 23.98 ..


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Bruce Greene
Re: dvcpro vs 720p? what is high def
on Jan 3, 2010 at 10:02:36 am

Kevin,

480x720 is a standard definition camera. It's not high def.

DVCproHD records 960x720 and plays it back as 1280x720.

BTW, there is no 720 60i HD format. It's always 720 60p.

I believe your camera is a 480i camera.

Hope the movie came out well :)

Varicam/Steadicam Owner
Los Angeles, CA
http://www.brucealangreene.com


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