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Ryan Beaton
24p vs 60p Sequence Smoothness
on Sep 20, 2018 at 8:34:23 pm

Lately I've been messing around with creating slo-mo B-Roll sequences. I'd like to shoot in 120p but my camera only does 60, but that's fine for now.

I've created a 24p timeline, so that I can use my 60p footage, slowed to 40%, to get slow motion. If I'm not mistaken, I should be able to simply drag the footage in, and slow it down to 40%, correct? Or do I need to have Premiere interpret the footage differently to get the smoothest footage possible?

Additionally, there are times when I'd rather have the footage play back at regular speed. If I have 60p footage playing at 100% speed on a 24p timeline, obviously Premiere is going to drop frames in order to have it match the sequence settings, but my question is whether it will look janky compared to if I shot the footage natively at 24p.


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Blaise Douros
Re: 24p vs 60p Sequence Smoothness
on Sep 20, 2018 at 9:42:01 pm

The most foolproof way is to interpret the footage in the bin to the sequence's native framerate. Sometimes speed changes will introduce the occasional frame skip.


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John Heiser
Re: 24p vs 60p Sequence Smoothness
on Sep 21, 2018 at 2:28:59 pm

Interpret and 40% should be basically identical, but the bullet proof way is interpret.

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