2008 January 31st, 09:46
Dv 24p Premiere Pro Cs3
Does anyone know how to make the frame 1440 - 1080 in Dv 24p in premiere pro cs3? The reason I`m asking is because I get such a nice slow motion, very very very very smooth when I play a 60i movie and render it at 23.976 fps (hint : frame blend must be on)
I don`t like this template because it`s 740 - 480 and if I upload a 1440 1080 movie and scale it down I will loose a little bit of image because it does not fit perfectly into the scene. So it cuts a little from the movie (like 1 mm from the sides) (still counts for me)
So i`m asking is there a way to change this template?
Yes I know I can make my custom template , to be 24p and 1080p progressive, but I won`t get the same SLOW MOTION. On all my other templates the slow motion does not compare with the slow motion I get from the Dv 24p template. Why is that?
I will be posting a movie soon to show an example.
2008 January 31st, 11:11
As you said, it is "DV 24P" for DV only which is 720x480. You can download 24P preset from adobe.com
btw, if you force 29.97 output to 23.976 with frame blend on, you will get some ghosting frames. I don't quite see that as "nice slow motion". But heck yeah, show us what you got
2008 January 31st, 11:16
Originally Posted by Taky
I actually did download that template , and the slow motion that I get from the Dv24p template it`s much better than the slow motion I get from the Hdv template... and I don`t know what`s causing this...
2008 January 31st, 11:24
when you use DV24p, did you output to 720x480?
2008 January 31st, 11:29
Here`s a sample of the movie
shot at 60i
I used Dv 24p , resized the 1440 - 1080 into the frame of 720 - 480 , then exported as 1280 - 720 23.976
Last edited by TheoO; 2008 January 31st at 11:57.
2008 January 31st, 11:31
no, I output at 1080x720
Originally Posted by Taky
you`re right it gets a little blurry but it looks 10x better than an Hdv template
the Hdv template gives me jerky/skipping frames
2008 January 31st, 11:42
why not 1280x720? I think it was deceptive because you scale down the frame size so it looks better. It will look even better if it was scaled down to 640x360. hehe. But nice video. Was that you in the video?
2008 January 31st, 11:57
2008 January 31st, 23:05
any suggestions why SLOW MOTIONS work nice only in a 24p DV project in PREMIERE PRO 3 ?
2008 January 31st, 23:07
It shouldn't. If you force 29.97 to 23.976 using frame blending, you get ghost frames. You got it nice because you scale frame size to 720x480. If you scale it even further down like 320x180, it looks even nicer.
2008 February 1st, 00:18
Last edited by TheoO; 2008 February 1st at 16:08.