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120fps VFR speed ramp to normal

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Oct 19, 2020

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I shot some footage in 120fps VFR (Variable Frame Rate) which records the footage in pure slow motion at 24fps.  When speed ramping to 500% to make the footage in real-time speed, the footage is just incredibly choppy.  There is no audio involved.  I tried Optical Flow but no luck.

 

My intention is to speed ramp a clip, then play it slow motion, then speed ramp the clip again.

 

Anyone have any suggestions to work with this footage in Premiere?  Thanks!

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120fps VFR speed ramp to normal

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I shot some footage in 120fps VFR (Variable Frame Rate) which records the footage in pure slow motion at 24fps.  When speed ramping to 500% to make the footage in real-time speed, the footage is just incredibly choppy.  There is no audio involved.  I tried Optical Flow but no luck.

 

My intention is to speed ramp a clip, then play it slow motion, then speed ramp the clip again.

 

Anyone have any suggestions to work with this footage in Premiere?  Thanks!

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Try to render the sequence and see if the rendered movie is choppy, maybe the playback in Premiere is choppy because your hard drive isn't fast enough.

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