Quote from: Doofer on January 25, 2019, 02:51:31 PM
I've got quite a lot of ML video from my 50D, recorded at 23.976fps. Its metadata reports it is 30fps (as noted elsewhere).
If I put it into my NLE (Lightworks) and slow it down to 80% normal speed, the NLE does this by inserting extra (copy) frames once in a while, which is a bit clunky. If I use FFMPEG to re-label it as 24fps (near enough!), it only seems to be able to do this by re-encoding, which given that these are lossy codecs is, again, a bit clunky - not to mention time consuming.
Has anyone figured out how to just change the appropriate metadata in the ML output so it is correctly labelled as 23.976fps? This mis-labelling by ML is proving to be a very irritating bug!
In premiere you can 'interpret' the footage to be whatever framerate you want.
If you convert your ML raw files with one of the available free softwares you could also convert it to a DNG sequence and import it that way. In After Effects you can select a default fps for importing image sequences for example.
Alternatively you could convert it to a prores file with MLRawViewer prior to importing in your NLE.