[opendtv] Re: A bit OT: 24 Frames Drop Frame Timecode

I have to do a "skinback."  Evertz and ESE don't appear to be direct
competitors of Softel in bitmapped subtitling gear.

John Willkie

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Yeah, guys, let me know when Evertz (who there?) and ESE (who there?) get
back to you with the details.  (Softel is a competitor of both in this
space.)

John Willkie

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Asunto: [opendtv] Re: A bit OT: 24 Frames Drop Frame Timecode

Russ Wood wrote:
> Hi from a long-time lurker from across the pond.  I don't know where
> else to ask this question but I hope there are some experts on here with
> the answer.
> 
> 24 fps video derives from the film world and in order to make it easily
> transmittable in a US TV environment this is often resampled at 23.976
> fps.
> 
> When 29.97 fps video is used the timecode is often drop-frame to make
> elapsed times closer to real time.
> 
>
Check with Evertz.
http://www.evertz.com/
 


 
 
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