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How do I got to 45 second in a 30fps video?

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May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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The question may be simple but I haven't been able to figure out any answer yet. If I have a 30FPS composition, 29.97FPS composition, 24FPS composition, or basically any other FPS than 60FPS, then how do I navigate in the timeline to 45, 47, or say to 52 seconds?

 

If I have a 60fps video, I can type in this yellow highlighted thingy the exact second I want to navigate to, but let's say that I have a 30 (or 24) fps video, then after 29 (or 23) as soon as I move the time next forward, it directly jumps to 1 minute, and everything in between is gone. So, if I have a requirement to do anything at a specific second in the video (45, 47, or anything), how do I navigate to that particular second in the timeline if FPS is not 60?timeline.PNG

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May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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I think you have a wrong composition setup, you should set the right FPS for your composition (same as the file you want to use), you can do that from composition/composition settings 

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