By Oliver Peters on Jan final 13, final 2013 at 5:48:55 pm Jeremy Garchow "Putting.94 footage in.976 timeline and hitting conform is essentially the final same as running the footage through CT" No it isn't.
With 7D footage shot at 30p, I conformed to 24p in cinema tools.
By Jeremy Garchow on Jul 17, 2013 at 2:18:27 am I don't know of any free ones.
And Dave probably forgot that good edit software can final automatically accomplish the reverse of what's called "3:2 pulldown" (or virtual telecine) for final output at 24fps from higher frame-rates.I have to render anyway, the quick and unprocessed render on fcpx isn't a bother.You are simply changing the header info that tells a player what speed to play the file.COW Forums : Apple Final Cut Pro X, better to conform 60FPS to 24fps?(True, based only on your "headline text" converting 50fps to 24fps is a weird conversion choice.But final even in legacy it was all about project management and labeling folders of media, folders of cameras and camera angles, etc.Encoding all clips to 24fps before importing them for post would have slowed them all down, no?By, final kevin Brower on Jan final 13, 2013 at 3:21:05 am.I am out shooting this afternoon, but I will look for it when I get back to the studio.It's being conformed and transcoded at the same time. I thought conform just does the multi math for you and platinum applies a 40 speed effect.
You could bake the clips in before Resolve.
Since you are borrowing equipment, the whole frame-rate thing is probably new to you, as far as edit workflow.Know Your Pixel Drop-Offs, image by trade ponsulak.I would never do it on a documentary that dragged out game for two years, for example, or a set of high-profile commercials shot on an hdslr.But the latter is definitely less precise, as it will metin display 40 for a number of different durations.This is both destructive to the image quality and a drag on system performance.You are not modifying the media itself.It plays back fine without rendering.That could be an important thing to know, especially game if there's any chroma keying in the project.The loss from original to 422 is essentially zero, the loss from anything to delivery format (h.264, etc.) is what's going to matter.Jeremy Re: Better to conform 60FPS to 24fps?By Bret Williams on Jan 13, 2013 at 9:32:54 pm united No, my bad.Not even on the waveform or vector scope.But will choosing full a 4444 export force it to go through and re-render using the 444(4) source footage?I'm in the camp that says transcode first.