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Keeping Videos at 60FPS

 
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Aug 07, 2016 18:30 |  #1

I mainly shoot videos at 60FPS, but recently shot and added drone videos at 4K (25FPS) to the timeline in Premiere Pro. Is it possible to downscale the 4K to 1080@FPS to match the other videos? I really like the look of 60FPS and want that to be consistent throughout the video.


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Aug 08, 2016 10:05 |  #2

When you bring video clips into your Video Edit SW, it will keep the settings of your project- resolution and FPS. Its best to keep your project settings the same as the majority of your clips. At the Export step you can again specify the same or a new resolution and FPS. Most videos are exported at 24 FPS to most closely resemble film.




  
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Oct 06, 2016 17:18 |  #3

I'm with you on the higher frame rate. I like that look for a lot of footage.

As you add your clips, some software will scale them to fit the project timeline and some will need you to do that manually. Frames will be interpolated to match the 60fps timeline but you obviously won't get any new data as such. Just one frame on your 25fps second will display for 2.4 frames in your 60fps sequence. You'll see a clear difference between the two as you watch which could be uncomfortable but as your's is specifically drone footage, it probably won't be too notice as you would expect that to be graded differently or maybe look more 'cinematic' anyway.


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