I've got a screwy situation here and was wondering if one of you could help me.
I borrowed a Panasonic HVX200AP P2 camera to use as a second camera to shoot a graduation ceremony.
I set the capture mode to 720p/30pn. The "scene file" dial was set to Cine V (which I didn't realize), causing it to shoot 24 fps. So somehow I shot 24 fps inside a 30p frame rate. Don't bother asking me how the hell that's even possible, but apparently it is.
As a result of this, all the footage is overcranked, so I need to somehow get it back to normal speed at 30 fps.
I don't even know how to do this, but I'm guessing it won't look purdy by the time I'm done.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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