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  • Bill Davis

    May 10, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    [Bret Williams] “Interesting thread. The reason we shot 24p? Because halfway into the shoot I asked the camera op “You’ve got it set to 30p, right?” and he said no, 24p. So, the next shoot had to be 24p for the second video too. :)”

    Now THATS a real world response I can totally relate to!

    “Before speaking out ask yourself whether your words are true, whether they are respectful and whether they are needed in our civil discussions.”-Justice O’Connor

  • Michael Garber

    May 11, 2012 at 1:02 am


    This is GREAT news. Thank you. I was trying to figure this out and was the one who originally asked Mike. So, I’m glad that this chain got started. Hate seeing my monitor change frequencies every time I click on a clip.

    Question: does this convert video to whatever setting you want in the preview monitor, as well?

    That is a huge plus knowing that it works with Premiere. Hoping that same workflow can get going in X, as well. I have a Kona 3 and playback through X is very bad.

    Michael Garber
    5th Wall – a post production company

  • Shane Ross

    May 12, 2012 at 10:25 pm

    HOw about this video to help explain.!

    1080i only shows half the resolution at any given time. Only the even fields…then only the odd. Only PROGRESSIVE formats show full resolution all of the time.

    720p is higher resolution than 1080i…but just under 1080p. Plasma TVs, LCD TVs…those are progressive TVs that don’t really show interlacing properly. So…we need everything to be shot and displayed progressive.

    ABC network does 720p. They are higher resolution than the rest! So there.

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