Answered Mixed Framerates

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  1. TheShadowman

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    Hi All

    I have just finished a 30 minute film which doesn't look great. On investigation I discovered that somehow, and I really don't know how, I had about 50% at 50fps with the rest at 25fps.

    I don't want to re-film the whole thing for obvious reasons, so can somebody suggest the best way to render for the best results under the circumstances.

    Thanks in advance
     
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    50fps and some frame blending if the action is reasonably fluid, or 25fps if it's more active and the shutter effect is not too noticeable.
     
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    Thank you very much, I'll give the 50fps a go.
     
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    Thank you again, noiseboy72. 50fps worked a treat
     

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