[Tig] Thursday super stupid question

Nikolaos Panteris npanteris at gmail.com
Thu May 23 14:28:37 BST 2013


If we are talking about frames then just drop them on a 24 timeline and render them out!
Obviously the length is going to change but it's always preferable to change the sound than the image.

Best,

Nikolas Panteris

On May 23, 2013, at 2:15 PM, Cédric Lejeune <cxl at workflowers.net> wrote:

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> Well, the question is which frame of the 24 do you skip?
> You need motionflow type of algorithm to have a smooth convert, stuff like
> Teranex does that well in hardware if I remember well, in software you have
> plugins and some systems like Mistika have cool native stuff.
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> 2013/5/23 Ken Robinson <flight4 at gmail.com>
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>> OK.... You have a bunch of dpx files that were originally converted from
>> h.264 shot at 25fps on a 5d 2.... And you want to make it into a 24fps
>> DCP.... Why on earth cant the system simply recount frames to 24?
>> 
>> You can convert in software, but apparently it doesnt look so good as going
>> through a hardware box...
>> 
>> Can some kind person enlighten me?
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>> Thanks
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>> Ken
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