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30fps drone footage in a 25p time line

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Jan 23, 2024 Jan 23, 2024

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Hi team wondering if anyone can help...

 

I have some drone footage shot at 50fps. Because it is fast moving over landscape it becomes jittery when interpreted into 25fps. So the solution to this as I understand it is to interpret at 30fps and the jitter is largely reduced. Great... however: 

 

I have to have my timeline set up at 25p because the client wants to have the more cinematic look 25fps brings (the motion blur). 

 

The A cam on the shoot was 50fps which has been interpreted to 25fps for the edit as we want to keep the slow mo. 

 

So does anyone know how I can keep the drone footage at 30fps to avoid jitter, and still have that work in my 25fps timeline ?

 

Additionally, does anyone have any tips for making 30fps drone footage have the motion blur that will match the look of 25fps? 

 

Many thanks 

Dan 

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Jan 23, 2024 Jan 23, 2024

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Hey Dan,

 

Could you slightly change the clip speed (Ctrl + R or Command +R on Mac) and set the Time Interpolation to Frame Blending or Optical Flow? Let us know how it goes.

 

Thanks,

Ishan

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Jan 23, 2024 Jan 23, 2024

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Strange, interpreting 50 fps footage into 25 fps in a 25 fps sequence should not introduce jitter (interpreting as 30 fps should do that!). Anyway, you may find Dan's sugestion of changing speed to be useful.

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