Understanding video formats, codecs, and pull-up/pull-down


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Understanding video formats, codecs, and pull-up/pull-down

If you have a good understanding on how SMPTE timecode and frame rates work, you're ready to get into some more advanced scenarios using Pull Up/Pull Down settings in Pro Tools. We'll also discuss how different video codecs can affect us as we work with video in Pro Tools 9. Pro Tools offers a feature called Pull Up/Pull Down which lets you compensate for any mismatches that can occur during the transfer from film to video and back. These features reside in the Session Setup window where the other Timecode settings you located. Go to Setup > Session. On the bottom right we have the Pull Up/Pull Down menus.

Just so you know, for Pro Tools systems, when you're clocking to your system internally, as we are doing here, Clock Source Internal, the Pull Up/Pull Down audio features don't actually ever speed up or slow down your audio. They merely play the video back at different rates to compensate. So when you choose to pull the audio down in the Session Setup window, Pro Too...

Understanding video formats, codecs, and pull-up/pull-down
Video duration: 5m 16s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Understanding video formats, codecs, and pull-up/pull-down provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Audio for Film and Video with Pro Tools

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Audio + Music Video
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