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  • kjetil
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    Joined: Feb 19th, 2012, 02:52
    highest quality??
    if a want to shoot the higest quality what do i choose 1:1920x1080 25p 2:1920x1080 50p 3:1920x1080 50i can anyone explane to me what will be the best to shoot in and afterwards use final cut pro x to editing?? thanks
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  • BenB
    Posts: 501
    Joined: Feb 14th, 2011, 04:27
    Re: highest quality??
    - Faster frame rates tend to be more clear, slower more softer like film. - Converting interlace to progressive works, but never convert from progressive to interlace. - Shoot in the frame rate and frame size you are delivering with. + If you're delivering for the web, computer screens, or projection systems, shoot/edit/export as progressive. + If you're delivering for television broadcast, check with the station for their specs, which will probably be interlaced. Possible occasional exceptions: - If you want slow motion shots, shoot with 50p, place in a 25p timeline, use the "Conform" command. - If you are shooting fast motion such as action or sports shots, and want them clear (less motion blur), shoot a faster frame rate, interlaced, with a fast shutter speed. Otherwise always shoot/edit progressive. It all depends on what format your timeline will be in for editing, and what format your export needs to be.
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