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Re: 59.94 FPS slowed to 66.6% - frame "ghosting"

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Nick HennesseyRe: 59.94 FPS slowed to 66.6% - frame "ghosting"
by on Jul 15, 2012 at 11:12:43 pm

Thanks a lot Juan and co. You're all right that slowing through frame rate won't work because I did the math wrong. But I really appreciate the explanation on frame rates.

I'd really like to avoid reshooting so I will attempt the "Pixel Motion" effect in AE like Juan suggests. That's different than the "Frame Blending" effect Richard Harrington suggested in the thread I originally linked to, correct?

http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/280/3201

Because Juan, you're saying "Frame Blending" is actually the problem here, not the solution. "Frame Blending" is what is causing the "ghosting" - or double, slightly transparent images in each frame - and the "Pixel Motion" filter (or Optical flow in motion/fcpx) will for lack of better word unblend the frames, correct?

I understand this will likely produce a lower quality result than reshooting with the proper frame rates/music speed ratio, but I'll try it out tomorrow and keep the thread posted.

Thanks again!

http://vimeo.com/nickhennessey


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