I agree, Earl. Sometimes w

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I agree, Earl. Sometimes we don’t do it right, and maybe I shouldn’t be so rude, but this mistake happens way too much. The fact is, it’s a basic issue. It’s no more complex than remembering to take off the lens cap. Ya pick a format and you stick to it.

Too often are people grabbing any old camera and recording 720p60 DVCPro HD, then they get their buddy to shoot and he records 1080i60 XDCam, then they get another buddy to shoot 24p H.264 with a DSLR, then they get their nephew to record DV, then right before they walk out the door, they pick up a PAL camera. This isn’t a mistake, it’s plain carelessness. The good ol’ “hey, I’ll fix it in post” attitude.

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