1st, you should not put your email in a message, since it WILL be harvested & used by spammers
2nd, I don't do 24p but isn't there a "pull down" setting you have to use?
There is no pull-down option in an MPEG2-DVD Export...not sure.
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Have you tried it with a VBR 2-Pass to see if it helps ?
Trying that today...rendering now, we'll see what happens!
it was shot on film, and originally released on film...that's why it's true 24 instead of 23.976
How long ago? Most modern films do use the 23.976 rate rather than true 24 fps.
Have you tried copying all clips into a 23.976 sequence and exporting from there?
"How long ago? Most modern films do use the 23.976 rate rather than true 24 fps."
The film was made in 2010. It had to be shot 24fps because it was going to a 35mm film print for release in a theatre. I'm not sure if your statement is accurate. Why would a professional film with the intent of releasing in theatres shoot at 23.976 instead of 24fps? 24fps is the standard framerate for theatrical films, and projection in theatres.
Yes, I have tried exporting from a 23.976 sequence.
Thanks for the help.
It used to be, but with the advent of home video, the standard has switched to 23.976. (This comes from my reading, not from personal experience. So my confidence on this is not absolute.)
I asked a couple of professional DP's about it. 24fps is still the standard for film shot for theatrical release. Film shot for Television or DVD only....23.976.