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Brandon Kraemer
Can Kona 3 remove pulldown on the fly?
on Feb 9, 2009 at 4:47:24 pm

I have used the Kona 3 in the past to add pulldown when laying off to a 29.97 VTR from a 23.98 timeline, it works great. What I would like to know is can it do the opposite? Can it remove telecine 3:2 pulldown on the fly as it captures to a 23.98 file?

Thanks in advance.


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Brandon Kraemer
Re: Can Kona 3 remove pulldown on the fly?
on Feb 9, 2009 at 6:36:24 pm

I'll respond to my own post because the nice guys at AJA tech support already fielded this one for me. The answer is yes it can... BUT... you have to begin your capture on an "A" frame. Tedious if you have lots of clips.

bk



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Jeremy Garchow
Re: Can Kona 3 remove pulldown on the fly?
on Feb 9, 2009 at 7:47:01 pm

It is tedious, yes.

Compressor offers a reverse telecine option that works very well in my opinion.

Jeremy


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Aaron Neitz
Re: Can Kona 3 remove pulldown on the fly?
on Feb 10, 2009 at 5:19:37 pm

I don't know if it works properly in FCP 6 yet.

We used to do "A" frame pulldown removal on our dailies in 5.1.4 all the time. We even edited an entire feature - zero problems.

But when we first started using FCP 6 there were some issues - like in RT you'd see the right frame, but when you hard rendered it rolled your clip's sync around. I think it had sometime to do with the timecode still referencing it's 30fps source.

that's when we started using Compressor. Which works great but is a much slower process.



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