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Old September 9th, 2007, 12:49 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Malameel Shawky View Post
Maybe you guys can help with some setting issues?

When I take my M2T files, and load it in,
What codec are you using?
I iwll not be using a proxy, but it seems that umpressed maybe unnecessary for 4:2:0. However, I do not want to lose what little I have.

The frame is unclear, do I use my shooting frame rate which then will always be 60i (with V1U) or does it want 60 only? Then how do I get the 24P? I am shooting in 24A, but I do not see anywhere to extract the embedded 24P stream...

Or do I have to reverse telecine that seperately? This of course would lead to my net question, then how do I do that?

(If Cineform didn't use the Cineform codec, I would buy it instantly!)

I am sorry, but I am not a Mac guy so I am learning this side of things and apprecaite any help.
The windows version of DVFilm Maker (release 2.4) can remove 3:2 or 2:3:3:2 pulldown from .m2t files, and you can output in quicktime or AVI formats. http://dvfilm.com/maker

Also see http://dvfilm.com/raylight/raylightTutorial7.htm
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Old September 9th, 2007, 12:20 PM   #17
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The settings I use in Slipstream are:

Apple Intermediate Codec 100% quality
Frame Size 1440x1080

and leave the rest of the settings untouched, even though they refer to interlacing and stuff like that, it's ok we'll deal with that part in cinema tools.

then make movie.

Cinema Tools settings:

Reverse Telecine
for fields choose _CD_
for Frames choose conform to 23.98 and check standard upper/lower
under the Capture Mode just make sure Field 1 - Field 2 is checked

that's it!

It seems like I tried some experiments using other codecs in the slipstream conversion (like prores) but I didn't have a lot of success removing the pulldown. Has anyone else had any luck using another codec besides AIC?
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