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Jesse WoodSwitching Frame Rates midway through timeline (23.976 --> 29.97) [NOT an 'interpreting' issue]
by on May 23, 2015 at 9:58:25 pm

Hey guys this probably isn't what you think!

I work with converting/interpreting different footage frame rates all the time. Not the issue here.

Basically I have a project where a kid comes home from school to set the stage. Then he starts playing his video game, at which point the video dives into 'the video game world'. The part where the kid is coming home, I want it to have a film look, so it's 23.976. Then, for the video game i was wanting a TV look (read: 29.97fps), however I'm unfamiliar with a way of combining the two for the final output, without making the first 'filmic' 23.976 scenes look bad by forcing them into a 29.97 timeline.. It's probably a stretch, but is there some way of like switching frame rates midway through? haha


Thanks for any advice!


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Jesse WoodRe: Switching Frame Rates midway through timeline (23.976 --> 29.97) [NOT an 'interpreting' issue]
by on May 23, 2015 at 9:59:24 pm

I should add that I'm on Premiere CC 2014/AE CC 2014, Windows 7!


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Shane RossRe: Switching Frame Rates midway through timeline (23.976 --> 29.97) [NOT an 'interpreting' issue]
by on May 24, 2015 at 7:18:17 am

[Jesse Wood] "It's probably a stretch, but is there some way of like switching frame rates midway through? haha"

Nope. Only one frame rate at a time. You cannot have a sequence, or a file, that starts out 29.97, goes to 23.98, and back to 29.97. Or whatever. Not possible. But you can have 23.98 blend nicely in a 29.97 timeline...by adding pulldown. And that's added when you put 23.98 into a 29.97 timeline.

Pulldown is very common. Anything shot on film that airs on TV...that's 23.98 at 29.97, as all broadcasts are 29.97. So if you film 30fps...it'll look 30fps. 24fps in that 30fps will look just like 24fps.

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Jesse WoodRe: Switching Frame Rates midway through timeline (23.976 --> 29.97) [NOT an 'interpreting' issue]
by on May 24, 2015 at 8:21:00 am

Ok, cool. Thank you Shane! For some reason I was under the impression that putting 23.976 in 29.97 sequences looked crappy but now that you point it out i guess you're right! Thanks!


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