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In this video tutorial, Lori Freitag shows how to do frame rate convertions using Twixtor inside of Final Cut Pro for both progressive and field-based source material. Aspect ratio, resizing, NTSC and PAL conversion operations are also covered.



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Re: Frame Rate Conversions in Twixtor within FCP
by Scott Clements
I must say that based on this and other tutorials I've seen, Twixtor's NTSC/Pal workflow is way too convoluted. I would rather put up with the barely imperceptible artifacts out of compressor or adobe media encoder. I can't believe people actually buy this program for NTSC/Pal frame rate conversions.

Nuke Compositor, London UK
Re: Frame Rate Conversions in Twixtor within FCP
by Ron James
Thanks, Lori! Going to watch the other tutorial right now.
Re: Frame Rate Conversions in Twixtor within FCP
by Lori Freitag
Hi Ron,
Thank you, I am glad you like the tutorial. First of all, you need to conform to 29.97. Drop that into a sequence following the tutorial (using 23.976 , NOT 23.98! As the source frame rate), and 29.97 as the output frame rate. That means you will apply Twixtor with a speed change of 80% (which is 23.976/29.97).

The key here: make sure the sequence you drop Twixtor on is set to have lower or upper fields first as part of the sequence settings. This will tell Twixtor to create interlaced frames!

The other tutorial you should watch is the one on Marking Edit points in Twixtor within FCP http://library.creativecow.net/articles/freitag_lori/twixtor-fcp-edit-point...
Re: Frame Rate Conversions in Twixtor within FCP
by Ron James
Great tutorial, Lori.

Can you tell me if there's anyway (using Twixtor and FCP) to convert 1080 23.98 progressive to 1080 59.94 interlaced?


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