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Josh Brusin January 21st, 2004 07:42 PM

30p vs. 24p
 
just trying to get a comparison betweent he 2... obviously 24p meshes with film but for digital output wouldn't 30p give you that film-jutter at a higher resolution (frame rate) than 24p... benefitted through slow motion etc...
side note any good way to catch a juicy slow motion with video? I know you can capture time lapse with the firestore drives but can you capture at a higher frame rate? Looking to shoot some product shots and slo-mo is something I'd like to be able to do.

Frank Granovski January 21st, 2004 08:15 PM

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just trying to get a comparison betweent he 2... obviously 24p meshes with film but for digital output wouldn't 30p give you that film-jutter at a higher resolution (frame rate) than 24p...
30P would give one the jitters if the output would be 30P as well.
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benefitted through slow motion etc...
DV cams don't do slow motion because you can't shoot with an increased frame rate.
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side note any good way to catch a juicy slow motion with video? I know you can capture time lapse with the firestore drives but can you capture at a higher frame rate?
Hmmm, don't know.

Josh Brusin January 21st, 2004 10:51 PM

JVC GR-DVL9800U supposedly shoots faux fast speed... anyone? I guess the smart thing would be to use a mini35 for most footage and mingle with a high speed 16mm segment... more cc work for me...

Frank Granovski January 21st, 2004 11:27 PM

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JVC GR-DVL9800U supposedly shoots faux fast speed... anyone?
Yes. So does the GR-DVL9500. However, the playback is only 1/2 frame size. See Page 44 and page 47 of DVL9500 operating manual.

Rob Hester January 22nd, 2004 02:26 PM

Frank, is it perhaps that the JVC camera takes advantage of the 60i? Theoretically you could just display 1 half-frame (because of the interlacing) and then...you would have 60fps @ half the resolution.

I think I remember there being a program out there that did this...I can't remember the site or anything...if it rings anyone's bell the site was sports oriented and had pictures of people playing baseball.

So, maybe this is an option for every camcorder? Maybe something you could look into Josh?

Good luck,
Rob

Josh Brusin January 26th, 2004 08:49 PM

thanks for the answers....

good combustion plug in twixtor... speed ramping...

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http://www.rarevision.com/articles/24p.php


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