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Fix It In Post by Jack James

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Chapter 10 Fixing Timing Problems

 

“ From this time, we're all looking at a different picture through this new frame of mind. ”—Portishead

 

 

Almost every production will have at least one shot that has timing issues. Most of the time these are deliberate, such as the case of footage intended to be sped up or slowed down. Sometimes, though, there will be shots that have other problems (such as data corruption), which then become the cause of timing issues such as dropped or duplicated frames. And of course, there are problems that occur during the shoot, such as flicker, which were either overlooked ...

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