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  • syncing hd footage in film project

    Hi guys, this is brijj india. myself is an film editor.I m having a problem in capturing hdv footage in into film projecdt. i.e 24p and 35mm 4pf. whille i capture the video and the audio separatley into the film project. when i try to sync the shots it dont. now a days many directors are shooting the... (read more)
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by brijjmohan on Wed, Dec 17 2008
  • syncing hd footage in film project

    Hi guys, this is brijj india. myself is an film editor.I m having a problem in capturing hdv footage in into film projecdt. i.e 24p and 35mm 4pf. whille i capture the video and the audio separatley into the film project. when i try to sync the shots it dont. now a days many directors are shooting the... (read more)
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by brijjmohan on Wed, Dec 17 2008
  • Re: Any news on HD(V) pulldown removal...?

    [quote user="BobRusso"] Avid does have White Papers on all the supported cameras: <http://www.avid.com/resources/whitepapers/> There is a detailed list of supported devices in the Knowledge Base: <http://tinyurl.com/595p48> [/quote] Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately none of these... (read more)
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by kamm on Thu, May 29 2008
  • Re: Any news on HD(V) pulldown removal...?

    [quote user="itmatters"] [quote user="kamm"] Last week I checked MC3.0 and there's no sign of a proper, during-capture inverse telecine - will this *ever* be implemented? Did anyone notice at Avid that now you can get a pretty decent quality HDV Canon etc for B-roll from $1k.... (read more)
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by kamm on Thu, May 29 2008
  • Re: Any news on HD(V) pulldown removal...?

    [quote user="Dom Q. Silverio"] Is the pulldown removal real time during capture or is it a seperate step (a la Log and Capture + Compressore in FCP) for Edius, Cineform, and FCP? My guess, it is a pain in HD because you are handling more data thus the overhead is much bigger. With HDV's... (read more)
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by kamm on Thu, May 29 2008
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