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Re: 24 F.P.S. and PAL
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- Subject: Re: 24 F.P.S. and PAL
- From: Tim Bond <bond007 at concentric.net>
- Date: Tue, 20 May 1997 19:52:33 -0400 (EDT)
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Subject: Re: 24 F.P.S. and PAL
Sent: 05/20/97 7:48 PM
To: Spence Burton, sburton at henninger.com
>Where does the 4% speed up of the film come from? If the film is shot and
>transfered to PAL at 25 fps in the 60 hz environment (before the Avid
>load in 50 hz environment), won't the action appear to take place at the
>same speed on video as it did on film?
> I thought the 4% speed up came when transfering at 25fps film that was
>shot at 24fps. Am I missing something?
Right you are Spence, the 4% speed up mentioned in the 3rd paragraph in
fact only occurs in method #2. I am at a loss as to why I mentioned it.
Thanks for pointing it out!
> Also, do you have any insight into the question of what happens to a
>tape that is recorded on a PAL deck referenced to 60hz that is then
>played back on a PAL deck referenced to 50hz? No change? Or do you have
>control track problems.
>Thanks for your time.
I am unfamiliar with this method, and I don't believe that it is
possible; comments anyone? It does seem as though you may be trying to
understand a concept. Could you try posing the question differently?
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