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Using Magic Lantern => Raw Video => Raw Video Postprocessing => Topic started by: WeekendWarrior on January 27, 2014, 06:49:08 AM

Title: After Effects importing 23.976 fps as 30 fps
Post by: WeekendWarrior on January 27, 2014, 06:49:08 AM
Received my new Mark 3 recently and absolutely loving it. I'm in the process of getting this MLV raw recording down (thanks to magic lantern!) I'm having a little bit of trouble trying to achieve 23.976 (or even 24fps) because it seems After Effects is showing my footage and composition as 30fps, even though Im shooting 1920x1080 24 (canon menu) and shooting 1920x818 with FPS Override ON 23.976 (ML Menu). This is a fairly new build, (Jan 21st I believe). Shooting on a Mark 3 w/ Lexar 34gb 1000

Am I just tripping or is there another way to confirm this? Thanks guys!
Title: Re: Achieving 23.976 FPS Issue? MK3 RAW
Post by: ted ramasola on January 27, 2014, 06:55:39 AM
change your file's properties to 23.976 in after effects (interpret footage). Its default is 30fps.
Title: Re: Achieving 23.976 FPS Issue? MK3 RAW
Post by: WeekendWarrior on January 27, 2014, 07:19:32 AM
change your file's properties to 23.976 in after effects (interpret footage). Its default is 30fps.

And this process won't slow the footage down, correct?
Title: Re: After Effects importing 23.976 fps as 30 fps
Post by: ted ramasola on January 27, 2014, 07:26:42 AM
why don't you try and see what happens. You could learn something new today. ;)
Title: Re: After Effects importing 23.976 fps as 30 fps
Post by: WeekendWarrior on January 27, 2014, 08:32:12 AM
Right on, thanks!
Title: Re: After Effects importing 23.976 fps as 30 fps
Post by: sacuna on November 07, 2014, 03:49:47 AM
If you have already imported your DNG sequences, you can right click in your sequence on the Project tab and interpret your footage. There you can change it to 24 fps. If you haven't imported your DNG sequences you can go to AE Preferences -> Import and change the frame rate from 30 to 24 or whatever you need. Than import your DNG sequences.