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RE: Eclair ACL ACL and Sony DAT
I think it is irrelevant what speed you shoot at when using DAT or any
other digital sound medium like mini-disc. Digital isn't susceptible to
inconsistent power or tape stretch like a Nagra or other analog media
is. 30 seconds of sound on a DAT is absolutely 30 seconds and won't
vary. No need to resolve it or anything. You should be able to shoot
at any normal synch speed and have no problems.
The 23.97 frame rate is strictly an NTSC thing because it is the speed
that a telecine will transfer 24fps film, just as 29.97 is the actual
transfer of speed of 30fps film. By slowing down your frame rate you
are slowing down your original filming speed and therefore would have to
adjust your original sound material accordingly. You are very lucky to
have the PAL standard as it's 25fps across the board. I would follow
Mark's advice though and double check with whatever transfer house you
might be using.
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