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Handling 24p Footage

If you're an Avid or Final Cut Pro editor and haven't been stranded on a far away island for the past year, it is overwhelmingly evident that technological breakthroughs have tremendously empowered today's eager independent filmmaker. With the wide spread acceptance of 24p cameras and just recently the beloved, yet economical marriage between HD and 24p, in the right hands, powerful tools like FCP HD and Avid Express HD can become a deadly weapon. With all of this being true, there's a slight learning curve in harnessing all of this long awaited power.

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Did you know that before you push record on your 24p camera that you have to make important decisions such as whether to shoot in 24p "Normal" 2:3:2:3 or 24p "Advanced" 2:3:3:2 and that they both have different workflows that lead to different finished products?

Do you know how to properly capture 24p Normal and 24p Advanced footage with Final Cut Pro? You may think you do, but to be on the safe side, check out this tutorial

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