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Raylight's RayMaker application can convert a 60p MXF to a 24P raylight AVI, either by slowing it down or removing pulldown.
Thanks Marcus. Do I then have to use Raylight render settings for the entire timeline, or will Premiere let me render that particular clip to the native DVCPro Codec. I understand that you created your own version of DVCPro, is that correct?
You don't need Raylight. Simply select the 59.94 clip in the Project pane and choose File > Interpret Footage. Set the frame rate to 23.98. It won't even have to render.
Mike, you are right. I did try this previously but it seemed to give me choppy results. I wonder if I still had my footage speed set to 50%.
Wonderful, thanks again !