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Lesson Review

1.What film formats does Cinema Tools support?
2.What are the two main ways of transferring film during a telecine session?
3.How should the telecine operator set the A frames to start?
4.Why is it better to match the audio timebase to the video transfer timebase than the reverse?
5.What’s the advantage of detailing or streamlining your Cinema Tools database?
6.What makes an XML batch list so useful?
7.What’s a good way to correct video clip frame duration errors or change the frame rate of a clip?
8.For NTSC projects, what must you do if you are planning to edit your project at 24 fps?

Answers

1.Cinema Tools supports 35mm 4-perf and 16mm-20 film formats.
2.By complete camera roll or selectively by scene and take.
3.The A frames should start at non-drop-frame timecode numbers ending in 5 or 0.
4.The sync is easier to achieve that way.
5.You can work in many different ways, and you can add, delete, and merge databases.
6.It gives you access to all the film metadata that is viewable in Final Cut Pro.
7.Using the Conform feature.
8.You will need to apply Reverse Telecine.

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