It does depend on the sensor and NLE being used, as we just discussed, haha. Ill just share some information here.
1080i24pa can be a pain to work with since there are still frames from that are 60i. Like if you go frame by frame through the shots you will notice frames taht look interlaced.
These are two ways to get rid of the pulldown:
#1. select clip(s), --> click on TOOLS --> click on REMOVE ADVANCE PULLDOWN
#2. select clip(s), --> click on TOOLS --> click on CINEMA TOOLS REVERSE TELECINE.
Im sure he already knows that, but thought I would share since 1080i24pa is the way it is.
720pn24 is MUCH easier to work with in my mind and is pretty similar to 1080, although 1080 is a sharper image once its pulldowns removed.
With that said, it also does depend on the camera and the way it gets its 1080. Most cameras RAW shots are more then 1080p so this should be the case for most.
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