Flexible frame rate for both ntsc and pal
by Manuel Terra on Mar 15, 2010 at 2:29:20 pm
This is my first post here.I am a professional photographer but new to video.
I am quite confused with all the info available and have been looking for the best solution for a video project of mine.So I would greatelly apreciate any light upon my doubts.
My project is an adventure docu in Iceland.
My camera records in ntsc full HD avchd in 24p native/30p wraped (recorded in 60i) and 60i.
Target:eventual broadcast in ntsc (primary) and pal.Best possible quality.
My question : which should be the most flexible frame rate?
Here are some of my conclusions, please correct me.
1)24p native is good for pal but bradcast is in 30p and there might be loss oq qaulity.
2)30p in 60i wraper requires pulldown and may loss.
3)60i seems to be best for ntsc and conversion to pal(50i) seems easy.
Obs:In Brazil productions are done in 30p or 60i ntsc, then converted to pal-m which is similar to ntsc.
Which frame rate would you use,considering less conversions,puldowns deinterlacing possible?
thank you very much.