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I am using the Video Sequence Editor and when I put a low FPS clip into it it is way too fast. I think that Blender is basing the speed of the clips on their framerate rather than their actual speed and length. Can I fix this?

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You can setup FPS of the scene in render settings:

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But if you have video files with different FPS values in one scene, you can do this:

  1. Add a movie strip with different fps value:

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  1. Select Video (not sound) and add Speed Control effect (Shift+A -> Effect Strip -> Speed Control)

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  1. By moving end of the strip adjust strip length to be equal sound strip:

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  1. Optionaly, you can put all this in meta-strip (by pressing Ctrl+G)

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If you haven't sound strip, you can setup Speed Control this way:

  1. Uncheck "Stretch to input strip length"

  2. In Speed factor put {FPS of your file}/{FPS of your scene}

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  1. And extend movie clip if it needed
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