Shot with Canon HF100 at 1080i/24P, downconverted to DVD resolution, specifying 24 frames per second.
I don't know what will happen to this when it's converted by Vimeo, but when I play back on Nero Showtime, I can confirm 24 frames per second. It looks fantastic. With the telecine removed, I see none of the uneven jerkiness I witnessed before.
Perhaps you can download the original file I uploaded if it doesn't look right on the website. Only 45megs.
I am using the demo of Sony Vegas Pro 9 and I think it might be a keeper, since I was also able to correct the tilt from my tripod being positioned non-level. When the camera pans the other direction, the tilt was opposite. I corrected this by splitting the video when the trolley is close and out of focus, then adding a new effect to tilt the other direction.
The audio is from a Rode Shotgun microphone. I am annoyed that the camera has a smaller accessory shoe than normal, forcing you to use Canon's seperately-sold, proprietory boom mic. As it is, I must now use an acessory bracket available at Kits or Best Buy that screws into the tripod mount of the cam and has an additional tripod mount beneath it. Cumbersome.
Someone please make an adapter soon.
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