Re: [Frameworks] FCP question

From: Myron Ort <>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 13:43:15 -0800

Most of what I have transferred _at_ 15fps and 30fps has been hand
painted material.
I chose 15fps because it is close to the "silent" speed which seems
to work best as a default speed for my hand painted work.
I do have some 24fps material coming up that I need to transfer,
maybe I will try your suggestion and see how that looks.
I do not profess to fully understand all the implications here and
have more to learn with fcp and the interlacing issue.


On Feb 28, 2011, at 1:13 PM, wrote:

> I'm fairly certain that you can transfer at 24 fps (23.976) and
> have quicktime playback at 24 (23.976)
> Transferring 24 to 30 would give you mixed frames. It depends on
> how you transfer.
> On February 28, 2011 at 2:24 PM Myron Ort <> wrote:
> > I can scroll through
> > the film (Quicktime file) a frame at a time. If I transfer _at_
> 15fps I
> > get a distinct frame every two clicks, if I transfer _at_ 30fps I get a
> > distinct frame on every click.
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