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How can I change the framerate I’m editing in? Ie. 60 fps

Community Beginner ,
Jan 11, 2024 Jan 11, 2024

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I recorded some video today in 120 fps so I could make a slow motion montage. Am I able to change my timeline to edit in 60 fps? I'm using Rush on my iPad Pro. Thank you.

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Adobe Employee , Jan 13, 2024 Jan 13, 2024

Hi @veesix,

Thanks for the question. The technique you bring up does work in Premiere Pro, but I'm not sure about Rush. I've not tried this before but start a project with a 60fps clip, not a 120fps one. Afterward, edit the 120fps clip into the timeline. What happens? I hope that works. If not, try the speed effects from the Speed tool. That is the main one used to adjust speed in Rush.

 

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Kevin

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Hi @veesix,

Thanks for the question. The technique you bring up does work in Premiere Pro, but I'm not sure about Rush. I've not tried this before but start a project with a 60fps clip, not a 120fps one. Afterward, edit the 120fps clip into the timeline. What happens? I hope that works. If not, try the speed effects from the Speed tool. That is the main one used to adjust speed in Rush.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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