24 @ 25 Repeat
This method simply repeats every 24th frame once to fit 24 fps footage into 25 fps. This
causes a noticeable stutter every second but requires less processing than the 24 @ 25
pull-down pattern because no special interlacing is required. This pull-down pattern is
analogous to the NTSC 2:2:2:4 pull-down pattern in the sense that it requires the least
amount of processing power but results in the most noticeable stutter. You should use
this option for preview purposes only and avoid it for final output.