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  • Mon, Apr 14 2008 4:02 PM

    • PitBoss55
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    24p HDV Support

     Anyone know if Avid plans to release a version of MC which supports 24p HDV?

    And if so, I wouldn't have to do any pulldown beforehand, correct?

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  • Mon, Apr 14 2008 4:07 PM In reply to

    Re: 24p HDV Support

    According to this morning's press release

    " JVC 23.976p and 25p HDV codecs."


    No detail about pulldown yet.


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  • Mon, Apr 14 2008 4:35 PM In reply to

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    Re: 24p HDV Support

    Where is the press release?
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  • Mon, Apr 14 2008 4:37 PM In reply to

    Re: 24p HDV Support

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  • Wed, Apr 16 2008 6:30 PM In reply to

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    Re: 24p HDV Support

     Interesting.

    I guess I still have to wait for support for my new Canon HV-30.

  • Fri, Apr 18 2008 5:39 PM In reply to

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    Re: 24p HDV Support

    PitBoss55:

     Interesting.

    I guess I still have to wait for support for my new Canon HV-30.


    What are you talking about? Settings for Film and 24p ProjectsIsn't that 24p in 60i? From MC2.8 Help file.

    "he following settings are important when you are capturing video transferred from film or capturing 24p video. You should specify these settings for film or 24p projects immediately after you create a new project and before capturing. For information about other film settings, see Film and 24P Settings.


      Video Pulldown Cadence: allows you to specify how the application handles pulldown frames:

      Video rate, no pulldown: Select this option when capturing 24-fps footage that was transferred MOS (roughly translated as "without sound") to 30 fps by speeding up the film, and the audio was brought into the Avid system separately at 100 percent of the actual speed.

      Standard 2:3:2:3 pulldown: Select this option when capturing 24-fps footage that was transferred to 30 fps by duplicating frames (pulldown) and the audio is synchronized to the picture.

    Advanced 2:3:3:2 pulldown: Select this option when capturing 24-fps footage that was recorded to 60 fields (NTSC) using Advanced Pulldown and the audio is synchronized to the picture.If you are capturing sound that has been created during an NTSC film-to-tape transfer, you need to set the pulldown switch before you begin capturing. See Setting the Pulldown Switch.


    For NTSC projects, you can mix footage transferred with pulldown and footage transferred without pulldown (video rate). You can also mix sound transferred at 0.99 (with pulldown) and 1.00 (without pulldown)."

    Download the MC2.8 package, install only MC itself - you can't run without dongle anyway - then open C:\Program Files\Avid\Avid Media Composer\Help\MCHelp.chm and read it yourself.



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  • Fri, Apr 18 2008 5:40 PM In reply to

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    Wow, this forum engine is truly a crap when it comes to links - it's 2008 and we have reached the general level of forum engines circa 2003. Amazing.

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  • Tue, Apr 22 2008 5:54 PM In reply to

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    Re: 24p HDV Support

     Kamm, I believe what you have described here is only for SD,not HD.

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