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Old April 3rd, 2009, 10:30 PM   #1
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Issues capturing 24p in cineform and editing in premiere cs2

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Im doing some test for an upcoming film project we plan to shoot with 3 xh a1s and blow to 35 mm for teathers. Im recording at 24f 1080p and then capturing the video in cineform HDlink in .mov clips using the film scan quality setup, Frame format progresive, no rate change and keep source aspect ratio on. Then Im loading this into premiere pro cs2 using the cineform prospect HD -custom- preset at 23.97 fps and 1440 x 1080 1.333 ratio. Once I load the mov clip, I can see that premiere recognizes the clip as 23.97 fps progresive video and everything looks ok. But then I have the first issue: If I press the space bar or the play button in the program window, there is no play back of the clip. Second, I can see in the program window that the video is interlaced. If I zoom in the video the interlacing becomes very clear. The field options in the timeline are set to NONE. and the frame blend set to ON. What I am doing wrong ? I tougth I would get progresive video, but it doesnt seems to be the case. Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks and forgive my english.
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Old April 5th, 2009, 07:27 PM   #2
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Is it possible to capture or convert to a Cineform AVI, or are you on a Mac???

As far as NeoScene is concerned, i was informed by David, that there is no Importer made for CS2, as NeoScene is a newer product, intended for Premiere 3.0 and 4.0.
He mentioned to go ahead with the install, and am under the impression that there shouldn't be a problem, but performance wouldn't be stellar....
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Old April 8th, 2009, 02:08 AM   #3
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Hi Peter...

Im using prospect HD in the PC. I have tried converting to avi and mov, but still the interlacing is there. I really need to get this thing working, but I have tried everything without success.
Come on guys, a little help would be nice. This supousse to be a forum to help other guys to find solutions and to share knowledge, isnt it? Lets show some courtesy to the non-americans....
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Old April 8th, 2009, 08:45 AM   #4
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Double check the project settings and playback settings...
Some more information might be helpful..

Go to:

Project settings>General>Playback settings...

Give us a screenshot of the Cineform Playback options...

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Old April 8th, 2009, 06:04 PM   #5
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Come on guys, a little help would be nice. This supousse to be a forum to help other guys to find solutions and to share knowledge, isnt it? Lets show some courtesy to the non-americans....
Perhaps you would get more responses on Cineform questions if you post in the Cineform forum:
CineForm Software Showcase - The Digital Video Information Network

Or better yet, to get your Cineform product up and running, you could go to the Cineform support page. They are very responsive:
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