Author Topic: Shooting at 30p to deliver at 23.976p  (Read 1602 times)

johansugarev

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Shooting at 30p to deliver at 23.976p
« on: July 23, 2013, 08:35:47 AM »
Hello
I am shooting a music video in RAW with the 5D mark III and I was wondering about framerates.
I want to slightly slow time down with shooting at 30fps and then interpreting the footage as 23.976fps in After Effects. Is this a good idea, will it resolve in a smooth motion and does it in any way degrade the quality?
Also how much does this slow time down? I've heard it's about 20% but want to be sure in order to sync my audio track. If I speed up the audio by 20% and then slow down the footage from 30p to 23.976p and use the original audio track - will they match up?

ShootingStars

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Re: Shooting at 30p to deliver at 23.976p
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2013, 10:24:30 AM »
Just do the math.
=(30-23.976)/30=0.2008
So it's 20.08%.