Some help with video framerate.

-EX-

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Hey guys. I wanted to know if anyone knows how this type of framerate is done on videos. I experimented a bit to see if it was just lowering the frames, but that didn't work. YT says it's uploaded at 30fps. Wanted to use a framerate like this for older media like early 2000s since a lot of them had different frame rates for things like recaps. Any ideas or help would be appreciated.


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Leelee

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It does look like a drop in frames (15 fps), so if you didn't lower the frames to that amount, would try to do that. There are effects that allow you to drop frames without changing the original project fps settings (posterize time on Premiere), so assuming Tri.Moon did that. Also could've encoded his footage to a lower framerate before editing as well though it's not really needed.

With Posterize Time applied (19 fps)
 

-EX-

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Yeah. The lowest Final Cut allows me at least is 30fps. Unless I find a tutorial for it. Might need to look at the encoding part as well at the end of the edit before rendering. Thanks for the help Lee. Really appreciate it.
 

Midnight Jazz

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Im not sure about the other programs but in sony vegas, if you right click onto any clip and go to properties, you can literally change the clip to any frame rate you want without having effecting the total project.

 

PEANUT

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Yeah. The lowest Final Cut allows me at least is 30fps. Unless I find a tutorial for it. Might need to look at the encoding part as well at the end of the edit before rendering. Thanks for the help Lee. Really appreciate it.
Unfortunately natively FCPX doesn't have this effect built in. If you google "posterize time effect Final Cut Pro x" you'll find a few free 3rd party versions of the effect to download, probably a handful of basic tutorials as well. Hope this helps!
 
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