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Nils Hoover
forgot to shoot 24pa (just p) Can't inverse telecine in cinema tools or jes deinterlacer
on Jun 14, 2012 at 2:47:55 pm

The DP on this project forgot to shoot 24pa and only shot 24p (ok, I admit it, I was the DP) and now in the editing I am having a very hard time getting it into a 24p timeline.

First of all, when I select a clip and chose inverse telecine in final cut, it tells me that "none of the clips selected are 29.97 bla bla,," when it is, otherwise I wouldn't be having this problem!

I can open cinema tools by itself and choose a clip from finder, it will get half way through the process and then tell me it has failed.

So then I tried JES deinterlacer, and when ever I add on of the clips, it greys out the inverse telecine options.


*The codec is the rewrapped dvcpro 1080 from a HPX170 P2 system. I am using the rewrapped .mov files, not the original mxf files for all of this*

Please HELP!


Nils Hoover
http://nils.tv


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Dave LaRonde
Re: forgot to shoot 24pa (just p) Can't inverse telecine in cinema tools or jes deinterlacer
on Jun 14, 2012 at 3:42:33 pm

Got After Effects? It'll remove the pulldown from your shots. There's a how-to about halfway down this page:
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/aftereffects/cs/using/WS3878526689cb91655866c11...

Don't worry about which AE version you run. This stuff hasn't changed in the last 5 versions... and if you still run AE 6, you have more fundamental problems.

A VERY IMPORTANT NOTE if you do this: you need to work in a 23.976 AE comp. 24p is NOT 23.98 fps, it's 23.976.

Dave LaRonde
Sr. Promotion Producer
KCRG-TV (ABC) Cedar Rapids, IA


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Nils Hoover
Re: forgot to shoot 24pa (just p) Can't inverse telecine in cinema tools or jes deinterlacer
on Jun 14, 2012 at 3:53:08 pm

ok, this was my next step, I have had to do this in the past with a similar issue, but I was hoping I could just deal with it as natively as possible.

Thanks for the link.


Nils Hoover
http://nils.tv


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