30fps to 24fps

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by na, Apr 3, 2004.

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    na Guest

    What is the best way to convert 30fps mini dv to 24fps in premier pro? I
    have tried the posterize time effect but it makes the video jerky.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!
     
    na, Apr 3, 2004
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    Lazzy Guest

    doesnt it have a frame rate conversion utility...have you typed this phrase
    into help?
     
    Lazzy, Apr 4, 2004
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    na Guest

    Not that I can find :(
     
    na, Apr 5, 2004
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    Bariloche Guest

    I never went further than Premiere 4.2, but I guess if you set 30 fps
    as the project output, you'll have it.
     
    Bariloche, Apr 5, 2004
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  5. I believe that the ONLY two video editing software programs that have
    24p support is Avid and Final Cut Pro.

    -Richard
     
    Richard Ragon, Apr 6, 2004
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    Dave Haynie Guest

    Vegas does 24p just dandy.

    The problem with converting from real 30fps video is that you're
    removing information -- something's gotta give. A simple rendering of
    30fps video to 24fps, much like NTSC to PAL conversion, yields a
    choppy result. More sophisticated rendering can do interpolation, but
    it's also likely to blur.
    Dave Haynie | Chief Toady, Frog Pond Media Consulting
    | Take Back Freedom! Bush no more in 2004!
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    Dave Haynie, Apr 6, 2004
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  7. The new version? Because the old one didn't do 24p. 24p was one of the
    new features that they announced for the new version coming out.

    -Richard
     
    Richard Ragon, Apr 6, 2004
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    Dave Haynie Guest

    Ok, Vegas 4 actually does 23.97fps as 24p, which I would expect is
    what you'd normally want -- that NTSCfilm speed, you can use it on
    DVDs, etc. Pre-defined 24p project modes include NTSC DV 24p, NTSC DV
    Widescreen 24p, HD 720-24p, HD 1080-24p.

    I mean, you can edit and render 24p all over the place. That is the
    primary purpose of Vegas. Maybe they're missing 24p/DV capture, or 24p
    support in DVD Architect? No, just checked... Vegas supports MPEG-2
    rendering in the goofball DVD Architect format (MPEG-2 PS without
    audio stream included, rather than the ES formats everyone else uses)
    for 24p and 24p Widescreen.

    Just what kind of 24p support do you find lacking in Vegas 4? I
    haven't seen an official Vegas 5 release; they're saving that for NAB
    or something I guess.

    Dave Haynie | Chief Toady, Frog Pond Media Consulting
    | Take Back Freedom! Bush no more in 2004!
    "Deathbed Vigil" now on DVD! See http://www.frogpondmedia.com
     
    Dave Haynie, Apr 6, 2004
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