I'm running Premier Pro CC2017 and I've seen a tutorial that increases a clip's fps from 30 to 60 by creating a sequence that has a 60fps setting, and then dropping the 30fps clip into it and rendering with Optical Flow. But I don't see a way to increase the fps to say, 90 or 120 because I don't see a way to create a new sequence with that fps. Does anyone know a way to do this?
Make a custom timeline at 120 fps. But I wouldn't.
The optical flow trick might be okay to create a new intermediate 59.94 frame between two adjacent 29.97 frames, but you'd be asking optical flow to create THREE new intermediate 120 frames between two adjacent 29.97 frames. That's asking a lot.
You can try it, but I don't think the results will be much to write home about.
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