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Old June 14th, 2009, 12:56 PM   #31
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Here is a video tutorial from Philip Bloom on a straightforward 30fps>24fps conversion using Final Cut Studio 2. How to convert Canon 5dmk2 footage from 30p to 24p on Vimeo I haven't yet tried the method but he describes the conversion as 'perfect'.
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Old June 14th, 2009, 10:59 PM   #32
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Here is a video tutorial from Philip Bloom on a straightforward 30fps>24fps conversion using Final Cut Studio 2. How to convert Canon 5dmk2 footage from 30p to 24p on Vimeo I haven't yet tried the method but he describes the conversion as 'perfect'.
I've tried it, it works well. This was previously, uhhh... 'ahem' debated in the other thread "Why is 24p important". It's kind of what got the thread closed last time.

Were talking 25p here... let's not open up a can of worms. ;)
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Old June 15th, 2009, 12:37 AM   #33
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I've tried it, it works well. This was previously, uhhh... 'ahem' debated in the other thread "Why is 24p important". It's kind of what got the thread closed last time.

Were talking 25p here... let's not open up a can of worms. ;)
The tutorial may be billed as 30fps>24fps but the workflow for 30fps>25fps is identical. Some responses in this thread state that converting in post is not a solution. If this conversion is 'perfect' as claimed then this clearly is a solution.
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Old June 15th, 2009, 03:24 AM   #34
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The tutorial may be billed as 30fps>24fps but the workflow for 30fps>25fps is identical. Some responses in this thread state that converting in post is not a solution. If this conversion is 'perfect' as claimed then this clearly is a solution.
Is it a solution? Yes. Is it perfect? No, but very very close. As close as you're gonna get, that's for sure.

I still want to do some practical experiments to see what shutter speed works best for the conversion.

Give it a shot. If you happen to like it, then it's a solution that works for you (and me for that matter)
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