Ok, I am a bit muddy on this. Shooting in progressive mode for broadcast on tv. Local commercial, DVD, etc.
Can someone please point me in a direction that I can get the rundown on what special considerations may need to be taken into effect. I intend to shoot mostly 720p/24pn. Is it recommended to shoot a different progressive mode for output to tv, etc. I am just a bit confused by all the info I have found on this topic. Shooting progressive for what is mostly going to be viewed on interlaced ntsc tv's...
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09-20-2006 12:13 PM
09-20-2006 12:30 PM
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Nothing to worry about, your NLE will sort it all out.
Film is a "progressive" medium, and film has been shown on television since the beginning of television.
720/24pN is fine, you'll eventually render out a 2:3 pulldown interlaced master for broadcast in the US.
09-20-2006 12:36 PM
Ok, beautiful. Not as complex as I thought it was gong to be. Thanks much.