2008 December 1st, 12:24
How much faster is Cineform for pulldown vs. HVSplit Method?
Hi guys, I am currently doing the free way of removing pulldown: HV Split to HV20Pulldown to Adobe Premiere Export to HD. This is a 3 step process.
I have read everywhere that Cineform removes the pulldown when you import the video. Does that mean it does it in real time? So that while it's importing the video at the same amount of time the HV Split would import a video, it's also removing the pulldown?
Please let me know because this would save so much time and effort!
2008 December 1st, 20:28
Yes, as long as your PC is newer than 3 years old, it will be real time. Make sure you remove pulldown like this: http://www.freshdv.com/media/cinefor.../cineform2.png and when in Premiere later, you tell it that this is a 23.976 timeline.
2008 December 1st, 23:36
Ok, I have a question. When I use Cineform HDLink to do the pulldown process and capturing the footage, is it ok to not convert the footage? For some reason when I convert it to the m2t which is cineform intermediate, or avi, then I get a pink greenish pushed together footage? Is this normal and if it is how do I get it to work normally again?
If I don't convert it, did it still remove the pulldowns?
Edit: Nevermind, just figured it out. The AVI that is generated is recognized correctly by CS3 or 4, so there is no problem with the footage. Now this is awesome to work with 24p.
Last edited by peti1212; 2008 December 1st at 23:57.