No. It is not possible. You can illustrate for yourself what is happening.
Get two one-meter-long pieces of paper, a ruler and a pencil. Mark 30 equally-spaced sections on one piece of paper. Mark 24 equally-spaced sections on the other piece of paper. Line them up. See how a couple of the 1/24 sections span two of the 1/30 sections?
That's what is happening in your comp.
NOW -- here is the real question: what are you trying to accomplish by mixing the frame rates? Mixing frame rates is rarely pretty.
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on Jan 4, 2016 at 8:52:28 am Last Edited By Kalle Kannisto on Jan 4, 2016 at 8:53:16 am
Any reason not to make the comp itself 24 fps?
Dividing (or multiplying) the frame rate with an integer, making it 15 or 10 fps, is a better option visually. You could try using pixel motion frame blend to attempt to create in-between frames, but that is rarely flawless.