Thanx for the info Rafael, tried it and it works but still have to admit that it's not 100% doing what I'm looking for, want it's still to "smooth", even if I set the Strobe rate at 60. Are looking for something that removes the frames. Any idea?
I don't catch it.
FC play at standard time-bases.
If you just eliminate frames, the movie will speed up when played at the standard time-base.
If you wan't the movie to play at normal speed but looks like a stop-motion movie, you need to eliminate frames but also to repeat the previous frames to feel the place of those eliminated.
Speeding up the movie and slowing it down the same amount (keeping "Frame blending" unchecked), will do that. You may need to slow it down more.
Slowing it down even more helps, but I ended up at a solution where I make freeze frames every 15th frame, resulting in big "jumps" in the film, then extending the duration of each frame. It's time consuming, but is closer to the effect I'm looking for.