Converting 60 fps to 30 fps

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Converting 60 fps to 30 fps

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Is there a way to convert a 60fps video to 30fps or 24fps in VSP 2020 Ultimate for slow motion other than time remapping?
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Re: Converting 60 fps to 30 fps

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The only way for Video Studio to slow a video playback is to use Speed – Timelapse
If you simply render from 60 to 30 fps all video studio will do is remove every alternate frame, playback at 30 to retain the original duration

Set your project properties to use 30fps
Add your 60fps video
The program removes every alternate frame to retain the duration of the clip.
Speed timelapse set to 50%
The program adds frames to increase the duration, the frames added already exist so what you see is a change for every frame
You can nudge through the timelines by pressing Keyboard F to view each frame in turn.

If that makes sense.

There is also an option to save the video as a UIS files that renders the video as individual images we can then use those images in a 30 fps project which effectively increases the duration of the clip slowing playback.
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Re: Converting 60 fps to 30 fps

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I'll have to try this, Trevor. Thanks.
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