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How to interpret and use 56.803 fps footage?

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Aug 15, 2020

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I shot 2 footages using mobile camera (Oneplus 5) - both in 4K/60 fps quality settings (since i wanted to slow them down for my project).  As soon as i transfered them to my laptop and imported in premier pro, i see that the two 4k clips arent 60 fps to be exact.

one is 56.803 fps and the other is 60.02 fps

I know how to 'Interpret footage' (to convert 60 fps footage from my canon cam to 24 fps) but not sure what to do here in this case. What fps should i use for the timeline and how do i convert them to a slower rate such as 24fps for slow motion?

 

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

If the footage is variable framerate which it obvious is convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.

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How to interpret and use 56.803 fps footage?

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I shot 2 footages using mobile camera (Oneplus 5) - both in 4K/60 fps quality settings (since i wanted to slow them down for my project).  As soon as i transfered them to my laptop and imported in premier pro, i see that the two 4k clips arent 60 fps to be exact.

one is 56.803 fps and the other is 60.02 fps

I know how to 'Interpret footage' (to convert 60 fps footage from my canon cam to 24 fps) but not sure what to do here in this case. What fps should i use for the timeline and how do i convert them to a slower rate such as 24fps for slow motion?

 

abhijeets36409562_0-1597478800557.png

 

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

If the footage is variable framerate which it obvious is convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.

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If the footage is variable framerate which it obvious is convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into Premiere.

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Thank you for your response. My understanding from your response is that you are suggesting 56.803 and 60.02 fps are variable frame rate footages and i need to convert them to constant rate such as 60 fps using Handbrake

Let me check Handbrake and get back to you.. thank you once again

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HandBrake download page.

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Thank you Neil for suggesting Handbrake & directing me to the download page.. Appreciate your help. Will try and get back to you after trying Ann's solution

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