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enable custom frame rate on export in premiere pro 2020

Community Expert ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Please enable 'custom' frame rate option on export settings,
so that users who are editing for example source footage
coming from 8mm or 16mm based on frame rates like 16fps or 18fps,
can export them to such frame rates or other.
you can check the thread here:
https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/export-18fps-sequence/td-p/10486209?page=1
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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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I am also blocked to handle old 16 and 18 fps material. Would already be happy if 16 and 18 fps would be values in in the dropdown-list.

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Yes, please enable the ability to export at 18fps and 16fps. This is a really important function for those of us working with archival film footage. Better still, please enable the ability to export at whatever custom frame rate is used in a sequence.

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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In addition to preserving archival footage, the ability to export at a custom frame rate is extremely important for creating matching proxies. We receive a lot of footage that is shot at 120 fps and 240 fps specifically for slow motion and speed ramping effects. Premiere Pro used to have this capability and now it's not available.

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Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Carlos, Eric, Ryszard, Thomas : I added custom framerate export in AfterCodecs https://www.autokroma.com/AfterCodecs
More info here https://www.autokroma.com/blog/How-to-Export-Custom-Framerates-PPro-AME/

It is limited to 200 fps but I will increase this limitation in the next version so you can export 240 fps Eric; Would you have a 240fps file so I can test it ?

Thanks,
Antoine

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Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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How to Export Custom Framerate Videos from Premiere Pro and Media Encoder


https://www.autokroma.com/blog/How-to-Export-Custom-Framerates-PPro-AME

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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I am agree. I will change for Resolve if this function is not propose for 16 and 18 fps for 8mm and super 8 film. I can't propose to my customers a 8mm film with duplicate frames...

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Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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We will troubleshoot this issue with Benjamin and keep you up to date here

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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I bought after codec and it's is very good to choose frame rate.
Media encoder should offer this basic option...

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Absolutely unacceptable that this can no longer be done. Who thought it was a good idea to not include this feature, because this is absurd. I pay how much money every year for a system that is fundamentally broken when it comes to film making?

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Explorer ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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I work a great deal with 8/16mm film; it's MADDENING that I can't do this!

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Engaged ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Stephanie, it's possible to create custom export presets that you can use to export in film friendly framerates. I've attached 3 presets here that you can import and use to export at 16fps and 18fps (with and without sound).

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Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Would be great to have your feedback on my method to do it : https://www.autokroma.com/blog/How-to-Export-Custom-Framerates-PPro-AME/
You can test for free the first 500 frames

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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For anyone wondering about the ad-spamming by autokroma in almost every thread concerning this problem: AfterCodecs is payware (~92$) and has nothing to do with Adobe!

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Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Why are you saying I am spamming ? I am reading literally every thread on this forum and coming up with solutions so you can export in the best situation possible, avoiding all troubles with Adobe bugs. How ungrateful

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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I agree with Antoine from Autokroma. We use Autokroma to solve this issue in Adobe Premiere. Autokroma works very good. Using the Autokroma plugin prevented us to swich from Adobe premiere to an other program like Vegas.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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I figured out a work around with After Effects. Here's a short video showing it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5hqFhe3hkg&feature=youtu.be

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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upvote, adobe please support custom frame rates like 18 or 16 fps for archival renderings.

the free voukoder plugin supports 18fps.
https://www.voukoder.org/

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Still missing this feature in 2021!

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Explorer ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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With an original at 16 fps or 18 fps, AME creates proxy at 15 fps and the proxy are not synchronised with the original. The only known way to create a proxy at the correct frame rate is to transcode with Da Vinci to obtain a proxy at the correct frame rate but then we can't switch from proxy to original during editing but only at the end by re-linking the original clips. I do not understand why when I ask Premiere to do a proxy as per the original AME changes the frame rate from 16 or 18 to down to 15.fps.

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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This was a HUGE issue for us when we moved over to Premiere 2020/2021. I noticed the post by Autokroma that they have software to get around this issue. Honestly, it saved my life as I transfer THOUSANDS of reels of film each year. I too saw someone saying it's spam/payware (I mean c'mon - the guy created something that everyone in this thread is upset over and the person makes it like he's trying to get away with something). He's not...I don't know the programmer, but (for me) it was well worth the price ~ I tried the demo and it did exactly what I wanted, so I bought it 5 minutes later. I've had ZERO issue dialing in exact frame rates using Premiere 2021 (lower versions too). It's a shame that Adobe changed things as this was never an issue in CS6, but yes...not being able to use these frame rates is a big deal for companies like mine who transfer hundreds of thousands of feet of film each year. Autokroma's AfterCodecs works perfectly and easily with minimal effort!

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Contributor ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Thanks Lance we appreciate the good words and we're glad it works for you

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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This is absolutely essential for anyone who is working with archival footage. I really don't know why this option isn't available in Premiere. This seems like one of those issues where the developers think they know better than the client, but unfortunately, they're wrong. If I'm working with archival footage in 18fps, I need to be able to keep it in 18fps upon export. If for no other reason, this way I can accurately reference frames from the exported file back to the original. If I sample frames up to 24 or down to 15, it doesn't matter if it "looks" the same, it's not accurate to the original. Adobe, PLEASE fix this.

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Explorer ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Same request for the proxies

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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Can't understand why Adobe still hasn't made this improvement. Anyone editing Super-8 film or 8mm in its native frame rate really needs this.

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Explorer ,
Jan 24, 2023 Jan 24, 2023

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I tested the method of building the proxy with After Effect, and then use it with Premiere as recommended by one of this community members. That did help as I was stuck but evidently it disturbed my workflow significantly, and the 2022 version of Premiere still did not address the issue, what a pity! It seems to be so simple to fix, just respect the fps of the original instead of changing it to 15 fps. Who is using 15 fps anyway?

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