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  • Mon, Feb 15 2016 5:20 PM

    • John Keating
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    Changing frame rates in a project

    Hi folks,

    Thanks for your time. Here is my situation.

     

    I have a project set up for 1080p 23.997 fps. I have quite a bit of footage that was shot at 59 fps for the purpose of slowing down in post. I have been transcoding this footage at DNxHR HQX and when I change the playback rate to 23.997 it looks great. My problem is that in some cases I want to use the footage at regular speed. I can't figure out how to do this best. Is there a way to convert the frame rate in these cases?

     

    Best, 

  • Mon, Feb 15 2016 5:43 PM In reply to

    Re: Changing frame rates in a project

    Timewarp effects should do all you need.

    Or, in the clip's Source Settings, you can set playback rate to the project rate, or the source rate.

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  • Mon, Feb 15 2016 8:24 PM In reply to

    • John Keating
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    Re: Changing frame rates in a project

    If I change from the source settings I get the option of the projects 23.997 settings or the original 59 fps. The 59 works fine but the 23.997 is choppy. Im looking for something that will convert the 59 fps files and make them less choppy.

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