So I'm shooting a short that needs to have some "slow motion" scenes.
I'm using the T2I and i've put it on the 1080X720 60fps setting.
I've still got the raw H.264 files, but i've transcoded it to Apple Pro Ress keeping the FPS but bumping up the aspect ratio to 1920 X 1080.
I can't seem to get the slow motion thing to work.
I put it into my time line, with my time line at 29.97 FPS and it still runs normal,
Applying the "slow motion by %" works about as well or as fluid as if i just shot in 29.97 FPS anyways.
First off, thank you.
Your tutorial was very well put together and easy to follow.
Is there anyway to push it further?
I've dropped it to 29.97 and to 23.98 but i had to compare it to the original footage to even see a difference.
I grabbed some shots of water spraying out a leak in a hose, we have footage of leaves and some of falling paper and tomorrow, um later today (its midnight) we have shots of a woman playing a cello and we want slow mode close ups of the bow on string.
[Jonathan Reed]"Step 2: opened MPEGSTREAM CLIP, transcoded the 1080X720 60fps H.264 to 1920X720 60fps Apple Pro Ress."
What? What are those goofy dimensions? The camera shoot 1920x1080 at 30fps and 24fps. it shoots 1280x720 at 60fps. What you need to do is convert the H.264 to 1280x720 60fps. Take that into Cinema Tools and Conform to 24fps.