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 Post subject: I Need Exporting Help
PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:45 am 
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I can't seem to find the answer to my question despite searching on the webs. About shooting, editing, and exporting. I vlog and I like to shoot in 60fps because changing settings means missed shots and I never know when I may want to use a clip for slow motion. So I edit in a 60fps timeline. I have been exporting in 30fps. The video looks fine and the slowmo looks good. I'd like to use 24fps for a more cinematic look to some vlogs. Am I doing this all wrong? Is there a better method? Any feedback would be helpful. I guess I don't understand what happens in the software when changing the fps in the timeline and during export. Thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 3:32 pm 
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Hello fatheringautism

What you are doing is sounds good, shooting 60fps and slowing down to 50% with some clips, then exporting at 30. This will work very well.

Take a look at the two LumaTouch KnowHow documents that I have attached here. They will explain what happens to frames when you manipulate them with speed and when you export them at a different fps to what you had been working in.

With regard to wanting to work with 60fps footage but export at 24fps, you won't find a great solution. The normal speed video clips will always playback jerky. However, slowing 60fps to 24fps will give you great slow-motion.

In my opinion, shooting 60fps will never give you a film look. A high frame rate like that has a particular 'hyper real' look that is different to what we are used to seeing with film shot at 24.

Hope this helps


regards

Androu Morgan

LumaTouch


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