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Has anyone ever worked with 29.989 fps ?

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I need to edit a video, the rush says it has a 29.989 fps, which after effects renders all laggy and with broken frames. I have never worked with such frame rate, has anyone ? thanks !

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Has anyone ever worked with 29.989 fps ?

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I need to edit a video, the rush says it has a 29.989 fps, which after effects renders all laggy and with broken frames. I have never worked with such frame rate, has anyone ? thanks !

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Maybe it is a varibale frame rate, which AE cannot handle.

 

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When you get odd frame rates like that the footage almost always comes from a consumer device like a mobile phone. Select the footage in the Project Panel, then go to the File/Interpret Footage/Main menu (Alt/Option + Ctrl/Cmnd + g) and conform the frame rate to the nearest industry standard. For your footage, this will be 29.97 fps. There will be an imperceptible change in the pitch of the audio but most of the time, this will fix the problem. 

 

If this does not fix the problem you'll have to drop the footage in the Adobe Media Encoder and force the footage to a new frame rate and just live with any blended frames that are created. If you use the AME to render a production master from the original footage do not render another H.264 compressed movie unless you can live with the compression and motion artifacts you will end up with. Instead, choose a visually lossless format from the other presets. 

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