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Jeffrey Lonigro
1000fps phantom footage to 29.97fps
on Dec 1, 2010 at 8:05:29 pm

I have soe Phanton footage shot at 1000fps telecine'd to 29.97. In Twixtor can I get the footage to play at 29.97 fps real time?


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Pierre Jasmin
Re: 1000fps phantom footage to 29.97fps
on Dec 1, 2010 at 8:40:44 pm

Hi,

Would need more info (example the application you are using since Twixtor is a plugin)... since I don't fully understand your question. You can just set speed to 30X (3336.67% to be exact - slider max might be 10000%) if you want to play back so a second is a second if this is your question.

Pierre
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Jeffrey Lonigro
Re: 1000fps phantom footage to 29.97fps
on Dec 1, 2010 at 9:24:29 pm

Sorry about the lack of details. My brain is a bit shot from speed ramping in Twixtor all day. I am using this in Final Cut Pro, Twixtor version 4.5FxPlug. It seems that I max out at 2000% percent. If the action took 5 seconds @30fps to happen in real time that would be 150frames. If this was shot at 1000fps thats 5000frames. If played back at 30fps in the sequence it would take approximately 166 seconds to play the action in full. How much can I speed the action up to get it to play in real time? Does that make any sense?


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Pierre Jasmin
Re: 1000fps phantom footage to 29.97fps
on Dec 2, 2010 at 12:05:06 am

We can add this in the next dot release maybe but what you could do right now is use Frame Numbers mode instead, setting two keyframes, one at first frame with value 0 (or 1) and one at frame 149 (or 150) for example that says 5000 for frame numbers.

This will then play 29.97 FPS for 5 seconds. I imagine you want to see the 1000 FPS in real-time to see the action not in slow-mo. You won't be able to use the motion blur compensation (not designed for 33X speed ups).

And of course there is no way to have a computer display 1000 different frames in a second.

Pierre



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