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How to edit 8mm movie film at 8 fps with Premiere Pro CS6 (PPro)

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Oct 30, 2022 Oct 30, 2022

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1. I need the settings for PPro to convert 8fps to 30fps

2. Old film has a few black blotches here and there that could be removed if possible

3. Fuzzy images and background could be clarified and sharpened.

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Community Expert , Oct 30, 2022 Oct 30, 2022

That is going to be a though one.

You can drag a clip into the New item icon and create a sequence that matches the footage.

If all is well you will have a sequence framerate of 8.

Then you can clean up the footage, but exporting to 30 fps that is going to be a challenge.

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Community Expert , Oct 30, 2022 Oct 30, 2022
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1. I need the settings for PPro to convert 8fps to 30fps

2. Old film has a few black blotches here and there that could be removed if possible

3. Fuzzy images and background could be clarified and sharpened.


By @John Ratard

 

  1. Place the 8mm movie on a 30 fps timeline. Premiere Pro will add/duplicate frames but it will look good when playing back.
  2. This will require some manual job, setting In/Out points and then Extract the black blotches. It will take time.
  3. Someone else may chime in here. With
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That is going to be a though one.

You can drag a clip into the New item icon and create a sequence that matches the footage.

If all is well you will have a sequence framerate of 8.

Then you can clean up the footage, but exporting to 30 fps that is going to be a challenge.

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1. I need the settings for PPro to convert 8fps to 30fps

2. Old film has a few black blotches here and there that could be removed if possible

3. Fuzzy images and background could be clarified and sharpened.


By @John Ratard

 

  1. Place the 8mm movie on a 30 fps timeline. Premiere Pro will add/duplicate frames but it will look good when playing back.
  2. This will require some manual job, setting In/Out points and then Extract the black blotches. It will take time.
  3. Someone else may chime in here. With 8mm footage you should not expect any miracles though.

 

I have done this several times when i wanted to create a DVD @25fps, iow just placing the footage on a 25 fps timeline.

 

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