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    NEW Instructional: 24p & Frame Rates HD Tutorial
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    From the company which brought you Lighting for Film and Television, Sound for Film and Television, and the HVX BootCamp DVDs . . .



    Over an hour of content demystifying 24p -- what it is, how to shoot it, the infamous "pulldown," edit and export . . . and also about frame rates in general -- how they work, why they look the way they do, what they do for you, and how to choose between them.

    This is an HD download, not a DVD -- more information by clicking on the banner above.

    Now for the pre-sale price of $10.99 -- will be $14.99 after release on February 19th!

    This is a pretty comprehensive work, easily the definitive instructional on 24p -- if you're wondering if it covers something specific, it probably does, but ask away! (And if it doesn't, maybe we can still squeeze it in. )
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    Pre-ordered.
    any chance for HFR tutorial include in this download.
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    Thanks! What do you see as an HFR tutorial?
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Jimerson View Post
    Thanks! What do you see as an HFR tutorial?
    Hey David,

    Most of people's have negative reactions to previews of HFR footage. It just because DPs/shooter/production don't have enough info "How to get best result shooting HFR".


    For example;
    What fps is the sweet spot for HFR (including shutter speed).

    Benefit over 48 fps versus 60 fps, 60 fps versus 120 fps,
    as well as the issues of converting HFR productions for exhibition at lower frame rates

    Sync sound at 48 or 60fps or 120fps…

    Best plan for anyone looking to maximize flexibility for HFR post-production and delivery.



    Basically I am asking a HFR tutorial for dummies. In bonus, HFR discussion on 3D stereo perspective will be great.
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    Well, then, no not really. We discuss the different frame rates what qualities faster and slower frame rates bring to the table, but what's "better" is ultimately up to you. The primary focus is 24p, but we discuss others, as well things like overcranking or mixing frame rates. There won't be anything about 3D.
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    understandable,
    Thanks david
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    Only a few more days left for the pre-order price -- get 24p & Frame Rates for $10.99 while you can!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwan View Post
    It just because DPs/shooter/production don't have enough info "How to get best result shooting HFR".
    Seems pointless because there's nothing that supports HFR outside of theater projectors and downloaded files. You can't stream HFR on anything that I've found, and the closest you can get on disc is 720p60 only.


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    24p & Frame Rates is uploading NOW -- if you'd like to get in on the pre-order price, now's the time.
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    Now available for immediate download! The pre-order price has ended, but you can still save -- get 24p & Frame Rates for the introductory price of $14.99 for a limited time! The regular price will be $17.99.

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