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Re: My newest project: My Star Wars practice videos 5 months ago #191517

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SgtDannySgt wrote:
I rendered at 29.97fps and ...


Mediainfo:
... Blasterwithsound.mp4
...
Frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS

Then frames are inevitably lost.
Are you working in a 24 fps project?
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Last Edit: 5 months ago by schrauber.

Re: My newest project: My Star Wars practice videos 5 months ago #191521

  • SgtDannySgt
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The clip is 24 but I converted to 29.97... I see that maybe the issue.

OK I figured it out. I must have created the project in 24fps by mistake so I deleted it and created another in 30fps. Then I imported the .avi clip, proxied it, then exported into .mp4. All is fine now. Thanks mate for pointing me in the right direction.

Danny
Last Edit: 5 months ago by SgtDannySgt. Reason: More info

Re: My newest project: My Star Wars practice videos 4 months, 1 week ago #193012

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Hi Guys

For clarification on my part, when working on a project, am I correct in my understanding that I can render and still continue to edit the clips? Can I render over and over or only once? Thanks

Danny

Re: My newest project: My Star Wars practice videos 4 months, 1 week ago #193014

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If you render something, the rendered media is what you will now be working with. This means that if you decide to trim you will be able to shorten but not lengthen that shot. It also means that you will need to Make > Traced sequence if you wish to alter the rendered effects in any way.

Once you've done that you will be able re-render the effect again, and go through that cycle as often as you wish. Just be aware that when you trace back to the original media you do not automatically delete the rendered media. You will need to keep track of that and clean it up as you go.
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Re: My newest project: My Star Wars practice videos 4 months, 1 week ago #193026

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OK thanks mate.

Danny
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