I have taken a break from film for two years and have decided to come back. I was excited hearing about the new firmware hack that flipped the image and could turn the camcorder in a PAL to shoot PF25.
From my understanding the NTSC PF24 shot 24p but put it in a 60i wrapper, which would need to be deinterlaced to go back to the 24p, because 60i was 60 fields aka 30 frames/sec, NTSC standard, so the HV30 automatically wrapped it. Now with PF25, the HV30 (PAL) now thinks it's recording for a PAL TV-set, so it doesn't need to wrap it in 60i. So therefore we get raw 24p footage on the tape. If this is the case...
1. In Adobe Premier can we import this using the 24p preset and not the 60i?
2. Since this is 24p, how will it play on NTSC TV-sets, etc? Is that done in post?
I used to shoot in 24p in the 60i wrapper and edit in 60i as the pulldown was too much work for the projects I did, so I didn't have an issue. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.