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Old February 17th, 2010, 09:50 PM   #1
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Rendering in CFHD in AME changes clips from 59.94 to 60.00 in AME?

I'm encoding clips using Adobe Media Encoder CS4.2. If I choose Microsoft avi or Uncompressed as my output format, and specify a 59.94 framerate, then I produce a 59.94 clip as expected.

But if I specify Cineform avi as the output, leaving all other settings unchanged, I get a 60.00 framerate clip.

This is with ProspectHD 420b235. Is anyone else seeing this?

Edit: I must be tired, that heading was supposed to read: Rendering to CFHD in AME changes clips from 59.94 to 60.00
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Old February 18th, 2010, 06:22 PM   #2
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OK .... let me flip this around. Is anyone successfully encoding 720p60 cineform clips, using AME, without the problem I described above? Thanks.
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