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  • Sun, Mar 7 2010 5:50 PM

    • lunalobo75
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    CANON 24f Pulldown Progressive Workflow that works for me

    Hey everyone,

     

    I don't if anyone has posted a way to get progressive frames out of Canon's 24f, but here is my workflow:

     

    I worked with a a Canon Vixia HV30 over the weekend, and I followed these steps (beginning has been posted before)

    - Created a New Project with 1080i/59.94 settings

    -set raster size to 1440 x 1080

    - Camera Capture settings to XGH1

    -  set capture format to HDV 1080p MXF

    - Captured away

     

    Second Step:

     

    - created another project

    - set it to 1080 23.97

    - 1440 x1080

    - copied the bin from my 1080I project to my 23.97 project

    - went back to my 23.97 project

    - dropped a clip on the timeline (motion effect already applied by avid)

    - promoted the motion effect

    - change "Type" to interpolated fields

    - change "source" to Film with 2:3 pulldown

    - choose "detect" under 2:3 pulldown

    - and you now have full progressive frames with the intermittent interlace frame.

     

    I just find it easier to worj with effect and photos, and not having to guess the fields, when everything is all 1 frame. I know there is more rendering involved with the the motion effect, but at least it's in realtime initially.

     

    Salud!

     

     

     

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  • Mon, Mar 8 2010 4:21 PM In reply to

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    Re: CANON 24f Pulldown Progressive Workflow that works for me

    If your 59.94i clips contain 2:3 pulldown that you want to remove in 23.976p,
    try modifying their Field Motion column in the bin to "2:3 Film" before editing.
    The default motion adapters will be automatically set to "Film with 2:3 pulldown"
    and the cadence will be automatically detected,
    so you won't have to promote the effects and change them manually.

    If you edited the clips into a sequence before you changed Field Motion,
    you can update the sequence using "Refresh Motion Adapters".

  • Mon, Mar 8 2010 4:54 PM In reply to

    • lunalobo75
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    Re: CANON 24f Pulldown Progressive Workflow that works for me

    Much easier - thank you!!!

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  • Tue, May 31 2011 12:22 AM In reply to

    Re: CANON 24f Pulldown Progressive Workflow that works for me

    lunalobo75:

    I worked with a a Canon Vixia HV30 over the weekend, and I followed these steps (beginning has been posted before)

    - Created a New Project with 1080i/59.94 settings

    -set raster size to 1440 x 1080

    - Camera Capture settings to XGH1

    -  set capture format to HDV 1080p MXF

    - Captured away

    I only have HDV 1080i MXF listed in the dig tool. I realize this OP is a year old. I thought someone might be able to tell me how I'd enable "HDV 1080p MXF" in a 1080i project?

    Thanks

     

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  • Tue, May 31 2011 12:40 AM In reply to

    • lunalobo75
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    Re: CANON 24f Pulldown Progressive Workflow that works for me

    I just sent you an email. I hope it helps...I use a Gh1 and GH2 (AVCHD) via the neoscne method now.

     

    Salud!

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