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I have a large number of video strips that are 120f/s and some that are 30f/s that I want to merge together in a scene.

The method I have been using, up until now, is to import all the movie strips. Then set the frame rate for the project to 30f/s and on the 120f/s strips, add a speed control effect strip, to change the speed to that of the audio.

1) For some reason this method doesn't work for the 120f/s, could someone explain why?

2) is there a way to have 120f/s and 30f/s movie strips side by side without converting one frame rate to the other before bringing them into Blender?

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  • $\begingroup$ I'd do it with a workaround only importing the same frame rate into Blender and doing the rate adjustments outside... But else Mikeycal Meyers explains how to fiddle around with these Speed Strips for that purpose. $\endgroup$ – Samoth Jan 24 '17 at 14:49
  • $\begingroup$ I'm a bit confused by your suggested workaround. Could you please suggest a simple, free, windows 10 compatible, way of changing the framerate. $\endgroup$ – reggie Jan 26 '17 at 11:20
  • $\begingroup$ Use Handbreak to convert it before importing... $\endgroup$ – Samoth Jan 26 '17 at 11:48

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