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Re: Keycodes & Non-Linear Editing

I'll take the first one - Avid, Lightworks and Montage all have "inverse
telecine" capture modes where they can take a Flex or Keylog file containing
A frame information and automatically remove the duplicate frames.  The
resulting negative cutting list is frame accurate and the sound list is
generally within +/- 1/5 of a frame.


>(1)  When editing with a non-linear system that is either designed for or
>used with the intention of returning to film, does the film-to-tape transfer
>have to made at 24 fps or will the editor compensate for the 6 fps when an
>EDL is made? Perhaps this function is dependent on the editing equipment

>Thanks in advance for any input.
>Bono Film & Video, Inc.
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Andrew Maltz
Digital Media Technologies, Inc.
andymal at primenet.com