I'm working on a project that has been shooted with different frame rate.
This is true for video recording and for also for audio...
Ok, I try to explain...(sorry for my terrible english)
I've shot two take with two cameras: a Red Epic Dragon at 50fps and a BlackMagic at 30fps. I'd like to conform the frame rate of the BlackMagic, with the one of the Red. I've splitted the dog file in a tiff sequence and I've tried to export the sequence at 50 fps and then import it in the avid project timeline (25fps)...nothing happens...the video don't play slow...
Is it possible to modify the frame rate of a clip starting from a tiff sequence of it? Is it possible stretch an audio file (without compromise it) from a native 25 fps to a 30-50 fps?
Thank you so much, for your time, and eventually, for an eventual answer to my stupid question.
[Gianni Saponara]"Is it possible to modify the frame rate of a clip"
Yes, it is. I'm going to refer you to the Resolve manual -- Changing Video Attributes would be a good search term that will bring up a number of topics. This might be a better option to try to answer your question as it covers many variations of what you are really looking for.
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