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Help - mixing frame rates
DavidM1963 [Avatar]
Newbie Joined: Nov 29, 2017 10:38 Messages: 5 Offline
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I’m a complete amateur and no knowledge of filming but got an issue with frame rates; any help much appreciated.

I’m using PD ultra 16 and tend to record & produce at 1920 x 1080; I’ve got a few cams bought over a few years; SJ4000 recording at 30fps; SJ4000+ recording at 60fps and a Sony HDR-CX625 recording at 50fps and want to use all 3 when editing.

I’ve experienced problems with mixing the frame rates of the 3 cams and so the question is what should be the best frame rate to edit and produce with?

As I said I’ve very little knowledge but done a quick test and visually, editing at 60fps and producing at 30 or 60fps seems to give best results.

This is not technically based at all and I wonder if someone with more technical know how can advise on the best frame rates?

Senior Contributor Location: Clarksville, TN Joined: Dec 29, 2010 01:20 Messages: 1054 Offline
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read this from the past Different framerates . as you've experimented on your own and got the answer to your ?...

for best results shoot and produce at identical fps.

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