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03-11-2003, 05:54 AM
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Loaded a VOB into DVD2AVi....

framerate: 29.97 fps, progressive, FILM

Do I do FORCED FILM and still Telecide and Decimate to do 24 fps?
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Loaded a VOB into DVD2AVi....

framerate: 29.97 fps, progressive, FILM

Do I do FORCED FILM and still Telecide and Decimate to do 24 fps?
If it's progressive FILM, you set "Force FILM", and forget about Telecide and Decimate

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03-11-2003, 07:20 AM
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using FORCED FILM will framserve the 29.97 fps movie to 24 fps right?
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using FORCED FILM will framserve the 29.97 fps movie to 24 fps right?
Yes. It will frameserve at 24fps. You can tell when you open the .d2v in MovieStacker, where you'll see the frame rate as 23.976 instead of 29.97.

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