First thing first: I've used the search but found no matching results. I hope but I can still help someone.
So ... It will be recordings of a concert to which the TV should be. Is it better to record 25p or 50i? (It is with a Canon XL1-s and a SonyVX1000 worked) So basically to make me the following questions:
- TV-stations are still interlaced (50i) or how the meantime? (The HD transmitter is sending another clear) What material is for a station s.besten process?
- If bsp. RTL from the digital network is received from the analog or ... is there a difference in the number of fps?
- How to interpret PremiereCS3 the material? As 25fps (ie 50 fields interlaced) or the software wandeld the material in order to 25p?
I hope you understand my concerns and am grateful for every answer and every tip!
Many greetings Michale
Antwort von Pianist:
So ... It will be recordings of a concert to which the TV should be. Is it better to record 25p or 50i? (It is with a Canon XL1-s and a SonyVX1000 worked)
That you should with the client at the sender to clarify. Concerts (E or U?) S.sich not belong to programs that can rotate with frames. But I suspect the basis of the above cameras anyway, that it is a small local channel, right?
Antwort von Catalyst:
No matter which concert, interlaced. As pianist said, it is unlikely to be an extremely professional production act. No matter what distribution medium, the transmitter to send at the moment are all interlaced, as synonymous of the EBU prescribed. The only thing you (hopefully) can have a progressive view Internet videos.
Must these two cameras on the correct white balance ensured. Canon Sonyand not really fit well together.
Antwort von PowerMac:
If no preference anyway, because the two cameras can not 25p.
Antwort von Johannes:
In addition to these offers 50i longer synonymous, because the images are brighter. And at concerts, it is "mostly" dark.