I have several clips with different types of time interpolation chosen for them. However, as I've seen in the export media window, there're also three different time interpolation options, frame sampling, frame blending and optical flow. So, I want to ask if i have chosen the frame sampling option in export windows, will all of my clips with optical flow time interpolation become frame sampling time interpolation? Thanks.
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The option in the export settings is for export the entire timeline to a different framerate.
If this is not the case leave it default.
Thanks! all clear now
The default in the export window IS "frame sampling".
Suppose I have a timeline with three clips, all set to different time interpolations. The export window only has one drop-down, one option. By default "frame sampling". What will the result be, which method is applied?
If you ask me, to have the option in the export window makes no sense at all and is severely confusing since the timeline clip's time interpolation will always be set to one of the methods. It's not like I can leave it blanc and then the export setting would be the rendered default only for clips that doesn't have a method specified.
Time interpolation is for clips in the timeline that differ in framerate from the sequence settings.
Time interpolation in the export is for exporting the entire timeline to a different framerate than the sequence settings.