Panasonic NV-GS 400 with Premiere Pro CS 3 per cinemafreaks
Frage von gregorb: Februar 2008
Hey, my friend has the new CS 3 in use. He has, however, a different camera. I consider it synonymous to me zuzulegen program where you can record in 24p mode / can be cut. Premiere CS3 has some 24p Mody. I just can not see which of the controls in Premiere right for the pro cinema mode would be?
Can anyone there help?
Thank you very much
PS: Now there is the sensation I want it on a flat screen 16:9 output?
Antwort von Markus:
I just can not see which of the controls in Premiere right for the pro cinema mode would be?
Actually this is not so hard. Find out first what exactly your camcorder makes when he in the Pro Cinema mode recording. A MiniDV camcorder since under certain guidelines. The project settings in Premiere then need to accurately adjust the recording parameters.
Antwort von eXp:
oh yes is interesting. This would not have thought I was.
Antwort von gregorb:
Hi Markus, I wanted to not frustrate you. I have been here for decades Forum operates, among other things synonymous names. Felt overwhelmed now with CS3. Even I have many here could help. What this mode, you can here: "PRO-CINEMA:
The picture is with a display ratio of 16:9 (interlaced) recorded, so the results are at a Television 16:9 compatible, full PAL Resolutionmit 576 vertical lines. The wide range is 45 to 38mm of expanded (about 18% more image information in the width).
The results of the two PRO-CINEMA Modis are absolutely fascinating, the Resolutionist dramatically better than the 16:9 mode of the castrated 4:3-prosumer competition. In PRO-CINEMA FRAME mode, the NV-GS400 with a softer gamma curve, reduced sharpness filter and 25p progressive-scan frequency. Because of the recording time of 1 / 50 s, however, the typical cilium-Film-Look not be created, but would be a shutter speed of 1 / 25 s is necessary. "[/ b] But unfortunately this mode I can not quite make sense in Premiere CS3 use. I would just find a solution before I purchase the expensive program of the applicant. Try it, I can then safely at meinme friend. So once again thank you but your statement makes me not really next. But I think it's great if you already in the forums gets a quick response. gruß
Antwort von Markus:
... I wanted to not frustrate you.
If your goal would have been synonymous You had a few years earlier, must come. Today I just think 'okay, it remains the halt his problem "and turn my discussion to the next. - Well thank you first for your clarification. :-)
The picture is with a display ratio of 16:9 (interlaced) recorded [...] full PAL Resolutionmit 576 vertical lines. [...] In the PRO-CINEMA FRAME mode, the NV-GS400 with a softer gamma curve, reduced sharpness filter and 25p progressive-scan frequency.
Thus you have all the necessary information together: It is anamorphic 16:9 SD / PAL progressive. Whether the gamma curve so now or else is set and how the Kantenaufsteilung defined, is not capturing the next interesting.
So choose a project with a preset for DV Widescreen and then possibly even change the Halbbildfolge to "no fields". That would have been anything.