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Interpreting Footage Ruins Scrubbing

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Sep 21, 2020

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So I work with 120fps footage a lot. My normal workflow is to put my 120fps footage into a 23.976 timeline, and adjust the speed/druation to 20%. It works fine. However, there's another method that's much easier and would love to work with it, which is to interpret the 120fps to 23.976fps, however, when I do this and scrub to try and find in and out points, the footage jumps around (hope I'm explaining this right). The last time I researched this (last week), there were others having this problem with no luck in resolving it. They all chalked it up to it being a Pr problem. Is this true, if not, what am I doing wrong?

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Interpreting Footage Ruins Scrubbing

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So I work with 120fps footage a lot. My normal workflow is to put my 120fps footage into a 23.976 timeline, and adjust the speed/druation to 20%. It works fine. However, there's another method that's much easier and would love to work with it, which is to interpret the 120fps to 23.976fps, however, when I do this and scrub to try and find in and out points, the footage jumps around (hope I'm explaining this right). The last time I researched this (last week), there were others having this problem with no luck in resolving it. They all chalked it up to it being a Pr problem. Is this true, if not, what am I doing wrong?

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Explorer ,
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Please ignore post. Can't find a delete option. I noticed there are A LOT of posts on this problem and it dates back a while.

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