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Recorded in 60/24 fps with Black Magic Pocket 4K

Community Beginner ,
Oct 26, 2020

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Hi,

 

I accidentally recorded my footage in 60/24 fps with the Black Magic Pocket 4K. I meant to shoot it at 24fps. The footage is importing as 24fps but is in slow motion. Is there an effect I can use in After Effects or Premiere to get the video at regular speed?

 

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Gabi

I ended up opening up the footage in After Effects, changing the interpretation of the footage to 60fps, and then selected to precomp the footage and that put it at a normal speed.

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Recorded in 60/24 fps with Black Magic Pocket 4K

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Hi,

 

I accidentally recorded my footage in 60/24 fps with the Black Magic Pocket 4K. I meant to shoot it at 24fps. The footage is importing as 24fps but is in slow motion. Is there an effect I can use in After Effects or Premiere to get the video at regular speed?

 

Thanks,

Gabi

I ended up opening up the footage in After Effects, changing the interpretation of the footage to 60fps, and then selected to precomp the footage and that put it at a normal speed.

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Oct 27, 2020

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Enforcing 60 FPS via footage interpretation should suffice.

 

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It is still in slow motion when I convert to 60fps interpretation within premiere pro. Is there another step?

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I ended up opening up the footage in After Effects, changing the interpretation of the footage to 60fps, and then selected to precomp the footage and that put it at a normal speed.

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