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Old December 28th, 2010, 12:04 PM   #1
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I never had a problem with this in V8, but with my 24p stuff shot with GH2, I choose a 24p blu ray to burn from timeline, it sucessfully burns the disc but is a stuttering mess on playback? Any idea what is causing this?
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Old December 29th, 2010, 08:23 PM   #2
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Solved sort of. Used DVD Architect and changed the project from 24p to 23.976p.....guess it was a frame-rate issue. I still shake my head at the whole NTSC frame rate situation.
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Old December 29th, 2010, 09:28 PM   #3
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I still shake my head at the whole NTSC frame rate situation.
Let's see if I can ease some of the confusion with what Wikipedia has to say about 23.976

Many 24p productions, especially those that are made only for TV and video distribution, actually have a frame rate of 24 * 29.97 / 30 frame/s, or 23.976frame/s (24/1.001 to be exact). Many use the term "24p" as a shorthand for this frame rate, since "23.976" does not roll off the tongue as easily.
This is because the "30frame/s" framerate of NTSC is actually 30/100.1%, also referred to as 29.97frame/s this framerate is matched when video at 23.976frame/s has a 3:2 pulldown applied.
Similarly, 60i is shorthand for 60/100.1% fields per second.
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