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Jan von Bayern
Creating a slow motion comp from footage shot in 120fps DNG
on Apr 27, 2016 at 7:46:40 pm

Hello,
I have a problem here which shouldn't be one:

I shot clips in 120fps DNG raw on my Convergent Design 7Q coming from my Sony FS700.

I imported it as an image sequence.

If I drop the sequence onto the Composition icon to create a new one it creates a 30fsp timeline.
If I export it as-is it is playing in real time.
If I use the stretch time tool to 400% (120 : 30 = 4) it plays back stuttery.
AS IF THERE ARE FRAMES MISSING.

Where is my mistake? In the import? Settings?

Thank you


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Dave LaRonde
Re: Creating a slow motion comp from footage shot in 120fps DNG
on Apr 28, 2016 at 4:34:17 pm

You're doing it about as incorrectly as is humanly possible.

Highlight the image sequence clip in the project window. Go File>Interpret>Main to open the interpret footage settings. In the settings, change the frame rate to the frame rate of your comp.

Incidentally, I doubt very much you should be working at 30 frames/sec. It is far more likely that you should be working at 29.97 frames/sec.

Dave LaRonde
Promotion Producer
KGAN (CBS) & KFXA (Fox) Cedar Rapids, IA


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