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    I have been noticing that importing a clip shot at 720 60p into a 29.97 over 59.94 project, and changing its framerate properties to 29.97 does not play back as smoothly as just droping the 60p clip on the timeline and adjusting the speed to 50-60%. It is most noticable with timelapse clips shot at 1 sec. intervals when I want to stretch them out a little longer. Am I doing something wrong?
    Last edited by mark williams; 05-17-2011, 05:26 PM.
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    Did you change the clip property in the bin first before you drag it to timeline?
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    • #3
      Yes, properties changed on the clip while in the bin.
      Mark Williams
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      • #4
        Problem solved. I was shooting with 1/60th. According to Barry Green "if you're using 720/60p as 60fps slow-mo, use 1/120." Tryed it out and is much better.
        Mark Williams
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        http://www.pond5.com/artist/mark29
        Edius 8 WG, i7 6700K, Asus 170-A mobo, 16 GB Ram, System 960 Evo M.2, Video multiple 850 Evo SSDs, Shadow Rock Slim cpu cooler, On board graphics, Corsair 400c case, HD Spark, Windows 10, Panasonic GH6

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mark williams View Post
          Problem solved. I was shooting with 1/60th. According to Barry Green "if you're using 720/60p as 60fps slow-mo, use 1/120." Tryed it out and is much better.
          Hi Mark. Barry is correct of course, but I am puzzled. The shutter speed determines the amount of motion blur, but it shouldn't cause different results between speed change and clip properties frame rate change.

          Richard

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