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I cannot change The number of IPS

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Jul 01, 2023 Jul 01, 2023

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Hello, it was a pity that on Rush I cannot change between 25/30/60 ips. I cannot change the video definition. Maybe in the next version ?

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Adobe Employee , Jul 10, 2023 Jul 10, 2023

Hi @Jean Christop30829574wy3p,

Thanks for the message. I believe you mean FPS or "frames per second." Correct? Rush chooses the frames per second based on the first clip you choose for the sequence. That's not working? What were you looking to try? A 60fps clips in a 24fps sequence for a speed effect? For situations like that, I would recommend using Premiere Pro. I will mark this discussion as a feature request. I hope that is OK.

 

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Kevin

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Hi @Jean Christop30829574wy3p,

Thanks for the message. I believe you mean FPS or "frames per second." Correct? Rush chooses the frames per second based on the first clip you choose for the sequence. That's not working? What were you looking to try? A 60fps clips in a 24fps sequence for a speed effect? For situations like that, I would recommend using Premiere Pro. I will mark this discussion as a feature request. I hope that is OK.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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