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Old November 24th, 2009, 09:23 PM   #1
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NeoScene 24P conversion

I purchased neoscene to use as an intermedite codec in place of the avchd files from my Sony XR520. I've played with the 24P conversion as well and the resulting footage looked like it had a strobe effect. Is this the coorect result or is this happenng because the camera is shooting 60i without a specific pulldown encoded (the XR520 doesn't support any type of native 24P.
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Old November 24th, 2009, 09:30 PM   #2
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Yes. 60i to 24p conversion will have temporal artifacts if you source wasn't 24p embedded within 60i. However many to do use this feature, particularly if you can lock the camera to 1/60th shutter, which almost removes much of strobe judders. Of course 24p, even when shot with a 24p camera will have motion judder, with certain movements. 24p shooting requires a more stable camera. You need to move your camera like is was a 50+lb film camera.
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