Removing and Adding 3:2 Pulldown

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Old 11 November 2002   #1
Removing and Adding 3:2 Pulldown

Hey, I have a question whereas I've got a 356 frame clip at 29.97 fps that I have to rotoscope--to make it more "fluent" I have decided to remove the 3:2 pulldown to get rid of the duplicate frames. So the footage is now cut to 285 frames. The Problem I have is that I must ADD the 3:2 Pulldown back to the footage to sync the mask with the full 356 frames again upon rendering. I can not seem to make this happen, even in the render que. Can anyone help me with this one?
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Old 11 November 2002   #2
Alright I've found my way around this problem by cheating a little. All I did was render the footage (including the mask) without adding the 3:2 Pulldown. Then I Just Imported the footage again and synched it with the original duration in the time stretch. It matches perfectly and the drop frames are in sync as well. Yay. An easy way to getting a more accurate mask in a quicker amount of time. Peace.
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Old 11 November 2002   #3


It's all about the quick fix. Our motto here is "make it as good as it can get, by deadline"
 
Old 11 November 2002   #4
We have another motto "You want it WHEN?!?"
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Old 11 November 2002   #5
Really....

I just got handed a difficult shot...need it in 9 days, and it's gonna involve tracking, cg animation, and comping.

It's gonna be close....

:insane:

Where's my Xenadrine? breakfast of champions...
 
Old 11 November 2002   #6
Xenadrine hey? damn that stuff gives me heart palpitations.
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Old 11 November 2002   #7
here's me before Xenadrine:

heres me after Xenadrine:
 
Old 11 November 2002   #8
Booya
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