Exporting a mxf XDCAMHD422 1080i60 CBR video

Community Beginner ,
Apr 14, 2021 Apr 14, 2021

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Hello!

I need to export a video with the following requests:

Format: .mxf
Codec: Sony  XDCAMHD422 1080i60 CBR
Frame Rate: 59,94
Bit Rate: 35 or 50MBPs
I tried to use XDCAMHD50 60i in premiere and media encoder, but then I cant use the frame rate as 59,94, only 23,976 or 29,97. Is there a way I can change that? Thanks!
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Apr 14, 2021 Apr 14, 2021

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1080i60 means 30 frames interlaced as in 29.97.

 

Codec: Sony XDCAMHD422 1080i60 CBR: Your request for Frame Rate: 59,94 is incorrect

 

 

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Would field rate and frame rate be the same thing?

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Field rate? Dont know what you mean.

Interlaced footage can never be 59.95 fps. However, progressive footage can  be 59,95 fps. But that is not an option with that codec.

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Hmm, I see. So I guess I can use  XDCAMHD50 60i and it'll be okay.

Thank you so much for your time and help!

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