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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 7:31 am 

Joined: Thu May 18, 2017 7:29 pm
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Just want to confirm that I understand correctly working with 60fps footage on a 24fps timeline.

I imported my 60fps footage onto a 24fps timeline, and in the speed settings I reduced the speed of the footage to 0.40x. Everything seems to play smoothly. But, I'm wondering, can I adjust the speed settings to any number and it will always playback smoothly no matter what? Or is there an optimal speed for 60fps footage to playback smooth slow-mo on a 24fps timeline (i.e. 0.40x)?

The reason I ask is that reading this article here: ( ... full-speed) there seems to have been a time where LumaFusion would indicate the absolute lowest speed that could be selected before it would duplicate frames. I'm not seeing that indicator in the current version of LumaFusion, so I was thinking maybe all speed settings are okay for smooth playback? Or that maybe LumaFusion now interpret's footage?

Any clarification so that I can better understand and best use 60fps footage on a 24fps timeline would be much appreciated :)

PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 10:33 am 

Joined: Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:24 am
Posts: 143
Hello PresidentJade,

We don't show an indicator for 60fps, since this is not a slow motion frame rate (even though you can use it to produce slow motion results). 120fps and 240fps are slow motion framerates and so we put a mark for that. If your project is 24fps, then yes the setting for 60fps would be 0.40x.


Keith Woodard II


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