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Chapter 2. Importing Footage into a Proj... > Removing Film 3:2 Pulldown and 24Pa ...

Removing Film 3:2 Pulldown and 24Pa Pulldown

Film transferred to video presents special challenges in post-production. One of the most common issues arises from the difference in frame rates: Film plays at 24 fps (full frames); NTSC video plays at about 29.97 fps (interlaced fields). When film is transferred to video, a process called 3:2 pulldown compensates for the difference in frame rates. In this process, one second of video plays back one second of film footage. (See the sidebar “The Lowdown on Pulldown: 3:2 Pulldown,” later in this chapter.)


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