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Old 01-30-2019, 08:46 PM   #1
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Default frame rate of 16fps or 18fps (for 8mm film transfer)

Is there a way to set a project to have a frame-rate of 16fps or 18fps?

We have been using Edius as our principal program to do all the color grading and editing work of our frame-by-frame Super 8 and Double-8 film work (at 25fps) for over 15 yrs. (... details on our workflow ...) And have been finalizing projects at 24fps for BD (and 29.97 or 25fps for DVDs).

We now have been producing 16fps and 18fps MP4 exports using ffmpeg for projects that where shot at 16 or 18fps. It would be nice to have that capability to finalize it within Edius.

Or is there a way to manually hack the fps setting within the project file to get a 16fps or 18fps project started?

Thank you.
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Old 01-30-2019, 10:45 PM   #2
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EDIUS only supports 15 or 20fps, that is the closest to 16 or 18

you can add a 16fps film to 15fps project, then in the bin set film to 15fps before adding to timeline, it will run a tiny bit slower but no frame blending

and the 18fps film you could speed up slightly by setting it to 20 in the bin and then adding it to 20fps timeline
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Old 02-07-2019, 04:11 PM   #3
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EDIUS only supports 15 or 20fps, that is the closest to 16 or 18

you can add a 16fps film to 15fps project, then in the bin set film to 15fps before adding to timeline, it will run a tiny bit slower but no frame blending

and the 18fps film you could speed up slightly by setting it to 20 in the bin and then adding it to 20fps timeline
Thank you for the suggestion. I found a way around it by using ffmpeg - here is the blog I wrote about it. The big plus using ffmpeg is that it is not tying up my Edius software, running parallel. So no down time to build these files.
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