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kit webster
Will I get dropped frames if I re-encode a HAP 60fps file?
on Sep 20, 2019 at 2:44:43 am

I have a HAP video I have created and I have to add another 1 minute of footage to the end of the file, but I dont have the original source clips.

If I drop the HAP 60fps file into something like adobe premiere, then add the additional material to the end then re-render it, will I retain my full 60fps, or will the software drop some of the frames?

I ask because there is some very fast stroboscopic material in the content that if any frames get dropped will be quite evident.
Thanks in advance.


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Shane Ross
Re: Will I get dropped frames if I re-encode a HAP 60fps file?
on Sep 20, 2019 at 6:10:30 am

It won't drop any frames unless you tell it too. If you take a 60fps file, and encode to another 60fps file, all 60fps will be there.

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Antoine Dorni
Re: Will I get dropped frames if I re-encode a HAP 60fps file?
on Sep 22, 2019 at 9:56:57 am

Agree with Shane.

Beware to not mix up 59.94 fps / 60.0 fps !

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