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Steve Pro
Any frame-rate converter that does not mess up cut and fade points?
on Nov 1, 2013 at 1:24:31 am

Not sure If I have put this in the correct area so do apologise.

Is there any frame-rate converter where it does not mess up any cut or fades like Twixtor does?

In example: I may want to convert video from 25fps to 50fps.

Thank you.


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Keith Slavin
Re: Any frame-rate converter that does not mess up cut and fade points?
on Nov 1, 2013 at 8:48:53 pm

Hi Steve,

isovideo has very high quality frame-rate conversion as part of our Viarte standards conversion/transcoding service. Viarte was a 2013 NAB/IABM game-changer award winner. Our motion technology is not disturbed by light changes, scene cuts, or cross-fades, and has been used for footage conversion in Ron Howard's "Made In America" (59.94i->24p), which is full of dramatic rock concert light strobing effects. We are offering to do a limited free trial. If you would like to try it, please contact me: keith@isovideo.com

One example of 2:1 upsampling with simple cuts:

http://isovideo.com/Legato_60Hz_refresh/aspen_1920x1080_30_60_60.flv

and cross-fades:

http://isovideo.com/Legato_60Hz_refresh/controlled_burn_1920x1080_30_60_60....

Best


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Steve Pro
Re: Any frame-rate converter that does not mess up cut and fade points?
on Nov 2, 2013 at 12:18:27 am

[Keith Slavin] "isovideo has very high quality frame-rate conversion as part of our Viarte standards conversion/transcoding service. Viarte was a 2013 NAB/IABM game-changer award winner"

So your saying, ISOvideo, say you want to convert 25fps to 50fps wont interrupt cuts, fades etc?

Just like the video showed converting 30 to 60 I assume? And is this capable with a mac?

Thanks


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Keith Slavin
Re: Any frame-rate converter that does not mess up cut and fade points?
on Nov 2, 2013 at 12:45:41 am

Hi Steve,

That is correct. No, its not available on the Mac, but we will prove it works by converting a couple minutes worth of footage for you if you want.


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Steve Pro
Re: Any frame-rate converter that does not mess up cut and fade points?
on Nov 2, 2013 at 1:17:04 am

Thats a shame, as all my work is Apple based. Will this be out for mac in the future? I am desperate for a converter like this ONLY for mac. Please consider it for OSX systems.


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