Is there a way to set up cs5 to assume 23.976 as a default frame rate for image sequences?
I think this is broken in CS4, and I can't comment as to its functionality in CS5, but did you try changing the setting for Indeterminate Media Timebase in Edit > Preferences > Media? The default is 29.97fps Drop-Frame; try setting that to 23.976fps and see if it works for you. Note that this will only apply to new imports.
Does anyone out there get fluid playback from targas, DPX, Tiffs?
I believe this is a current bug as of 5.0.1 that will be fixed in the next point release. No idea when that's coming, though.
I ALWAYS have to go Rick click
Is that like being Rick rolled?
Every time that the Rickrolled message came up, I always chose NO. I was very afraid, and did not think that I would be happy, going there.
actually, that was a typo... I meant Right Click
Ok, I will try what you said. BRB
Holy Crap ! You Did it!!!
I have been changing that freakin thing from 29.976 to 23.976 , ten times a day, for 2 years.
I can 't believe it has been sitting there all that time. Then again, I wrote on Creative cow forum a while back, and nobody knew how to fix that.
So...... you D Man
A bug in CS5?
Yeah that figures, Of course it would be a bug in importing sequences. Just my luck.
I bought the new Mocha 2.0 which now has NUKEX importing.....
I spent 3 days trying to figure out why my timeline was off by 1 frame when importing....
Found out "Its a Bug" and had to wait for 2.01
My whole life is all about updates.