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Old July 12th, 2006, 10:30 PM   #1
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24P editing protocols question.

My husband, who hasn't gotten around to registering yet, wanted me to ask the following question:

I am getting ready to shoot a digital film in the so-called 3-2-2-3 pulldown system featured in the newer Canons. What FCP protocols are required for properly processing such footage? I"m not even sure that FCP even has such a system in place. But if they do, I need to know:

A. which version(s) are suitable for this work, and
B. what the settings would be.

The idea would be to take the final edit directly over to a transfer house which could render it as a 24 fps celluloid strip.

I'm a professional editor and have been working on FCP for years but I've never worked with anything shot in the 3-2-2-3 mode and have specific concerns as to how to edit it for transfer to film (true 24fps). I can't afford to make any mistakes on this.

Help would be profoundly appreciated on this one.
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Old July 13th, 2006, 05:11 PM   #2
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New Canon camera..the HDV one? It's 24f format is not supported by FCP at this time. Soon, but not yet. Look at the Apple Dev conference...maybe then...maybe.
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