Editing in true 24p vs Canon's 24f (with pulldown)

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by Jacques E. Bouchard, Aug 25, 2008.

  1. Is there a point to removing pulldown on a Canon XH-A1's 24f footage before
    editing if one of the output formats will be NTSC DVD (29.97 fps)? Will
    editing in true 24p yield better results, or will it all be the same once
    Adobe Premiere adds pulldown while rendering? Is there software (or codecs)
    that are better than others at doing pulldown? And lastly, do Blu-ray
    players play at true 23.976 or do they also do an automatic pulldown, like
    NTSC DVD players?

    While I love the film look of 24f, I hate the blurriness. I've tried
    shooting in 30p to remedy the problem, but it's too close to video for my
    needs.


    jaybee
     
    Jacques E. Bouchard, Aug 25, 2008
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