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Comprehensive framerate options?

Posted: Sat, 3rd Jul 2010, 10:48pm

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Ballowall

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In the Vision lab Technical Specification it say's "Comprehensive framerate options: 23.976, true 24, 25, 29.97, 30, or 60 fps" Well I am trying to use footage shot with a Panasonic DVX100b which is in 23.976. When I enter this into Vision lab I get crappy inter lacy looking footage. not only that but it comes out slow...could someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
Posted: Mon, 5th Jul 2010, 12:22pm

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Simon K Jones

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Interlacing has nothing to do with framerate. If you're working with progressive footage, make sure you change your scan method to 'progressive'.
Posted: Wed, 7th Jul 2010, 2:17am

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Ballowall

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I do have it in Progressive My issue is that When I use this footage it renders out incorrectly. And I'm at a loss as to what to do about it. It shoot it in 23.976 frames and I enter that into visionlab. Either i'm doing something wrong or the program just dose not support the 23.976 framerate
Posted: Wed, 7th Jul 2010, 8:18am

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Simon K Jones

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What render and compression settings are you using?

Is the problem happening inside VisionLab once you import the clips, or only after you've rendered it out?

Could you also elaborate one what you mean by 'crappy inter lacy looking footage'? Could you show us a screenshot?