Author Topic: Converting 60fps footage to 24fps slow motion footage in AE  (Read 3963 times)

alexdchang

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After processing my RAW 60fps clips (1280x448?) with raw2dng.app I import them into After Effects. There to stretch the footage back out I create a new comp at 1280x720 and Transform > Fit to Comp. I change the interpretation settings to read 24p for both the footage and the comp. I then render it and it outputs at normal speed. The only way I've found to actually change the final speed of the footage was to manually change the Duration of the comp. Is there another way to output my 60fps footage properly at 24fps without having to mathematically calculate the new duration of the rendered clip?

ilia

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Re: Converting 60fps footage to 24fps slow motion footage in AE
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2013, 04:02:46 PM »
I export 59.94 from AE and just use Cinema Tools to batch conform to 23.976. Or, import 59.94 into a 23.976 timeline in FCPX and conform to 23.976.  But this is for FCP/Mac users, don't no what apps you have.

alexdchang

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Re: Converting 60fps footage to 24fps slow motion footage in AE
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2013, 07:14:52 AM »
Thanks for the reply Ilia. Maybe I am stretching it a wrong way, perhaps? How do you stretch your 59.94 footage in AE?

ilia

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