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Jon Shank

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April 22nd 2015
47 Posts
Frame Rates: Auto-Conforming and Slow Motion
by Jon Shank 3 years ago
If I have a 29.97 sequence and drop in 119.98 footage (gopro), premiere does a pretty good job of autoconforming the footage to the correct frame rate. Here's my question: If I then slow that footage
Re: Frame Rates: Auto-Conforming and Slow Motion
by Jon Shank 3 years ago
Thank you for the reply and the courtesy. I have been at the brunt end of that know it all but not actually help behavior for so long that I thought I was just being dramatic so I'm glad you pointed i
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Blaise Douros liked this 3 years ago
Mad Max Fury Road Frame Rate Manipulation
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
So the film often has a sped up choppy look which is said to have been done using dropped frames. "Something like 50 or 60 percent of the film is not running at 24 frames a second, which is the tradit
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Jon Shank liked this 4 years ago
Re: Mad Max Fury Road Frame Rate Manipulation
by Gary Huff 4 years ago
Todd Terry "Overdone though, it's a very bad thing. " To be more specific, I saw a film in a theater that used a high shutter rate to compensate for lack of ND filters (so in the area of 1 1000 or hi
Mad Max Fury Road: Smooth Slowmo and Strobey Fast Action
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
I figured I'd ask this here as well as it could be an editing question even more than a cinematography one. On mad max I found this quote: Something like 50 or 60 percent of the film is not running at
Re: Mad Max Fury Road: Smooth Slowmo and Strobey Fast Action
by Jon Shank 4 years ago
I have a camera that shoots at 120 and I know how slow motion works. I also know the actual frame rates it's just MUCH quicker to use the simplified number as most cameras do in their menus. Strictly
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Jon Shank liked this 4 years ago
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