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piff aroni
23.98 vs 24
on Aug 8, 2010 at 4:40:03 pm

I have a canon hf10 which shots 24p. I have removed the pulldown using apples compressor. I like to import my footage into after effects, add some film magic pro to make it look more movie ish... My question is, in final cut I have it set up as a 24p timeline, yet the format of the clips says 23.98, in after effects I have the option to make it 24FPS or 23.98 or even 23.976.


what should I make after effects render the clips as so when I import back into FCP I wont need to render the clips each time they are moved in the timeline. thanks


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Tom Wolsky
Re: 23.98 vs 24
on Aug 8, 2010 at 5:39:49 pm

23.976

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Tom

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Neil Sadwelkar
Re: 23.98 vs 24
on Aug 8, 2010 at 6:24:07 pm

If you're in a PAL country 24 is also fine. But in NTSC land they need 23.98 otherwise they cannot get the 29.97 that their television needs.

In PAL, 23.98 or 23.976 could be troublesome.

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Tom Wolsky
Re: 23.98 vs 24
on Aug 8, 2010 at 6:27:32 pm

There is no 23.98. It's a misused, rounded up, nomenclature in FCP for 23.976.

All the best,

Tom

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Shane Ross
Re: 23.98 vs 24
on Aug 8, 2010 at 6:33:45 pm

Tom is right...we all say 23.98 as a rounding up of 23.976. If you want it to work in FCP without rendering, you need to render out 23.976

Shane



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piff aroni
Re: 23.98 vs 24
on Aug 10, 2010 at 3:07:31 am

Thanks. I had a feeling bouncing in 24 in AE was not correct. And 23.98 is not the same as 23.976 in FCP. A simple mistake like this, and working in final cut pro could be a nightmare vs just moving files without render....


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