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Mats wrote on 6/13/2019, 6:02 AM

Maybe Twixtor can help you.

Matt-Bigwood wrote on 6/13/2019, 6:58 AM

Maybe Twixtor can help you.


Thanks - I don't have Twixtor, but after searching the web I found I could use After Effects and optical flow to interpolate frames, and I've managed to rescue it.

wwaag wrote on 6/13/2019, 11:25 AM

Glad you solved it. For anyone else with a similar problem, another option is HappyOtterScripts which also supports frame rate changes using optical flow techniques to interpolate frames.

AKA the HappyOtter at https://tools4vegas.com/. System 1: Intel i7-8700k with HD 630 graphics plus an Nvidia 1050ti graphics card. System 2: Intel i7-3770k with HD 4000 graphics plus an AMD RX550 graphics card. Current cameras include Panasonic FZ2500, GoPro Hero5 Black plus a myriad of smartPhone, pocket cameras, video cameras and film cameras going back to the original Nikon S.

mintyslippers wrote on 6/14/2019, 5:08 AM

Twixtor is amazing. If the conditions are right.

This is one of ours. Twixtor used at 0:51

https://vimeo.com/277622045

Footage is regular old 25p and was most likely shot with a higher shutter speed on the day. I say most likely as I cant remember and when its bright even ND3 isnt enough when I want to keep an f2.0.

Matt-Bigwood wrote on 6/14/2019, 5:37 AM

Twixtor is amazing. If the conditions are right.

This is one of ours. Twixtor used at 0:51

https://vimeo.com/277622045

Footage is regular old 25p and was most likely shot with a higher shutter speed on the day. I say most likely as I cant remember and when its bright even ND3 isnt enough when I want to keep an f2.0.


That's really nice - what camera was that shot on?

 

mintyslippers wrote on 6/14/2019, 4:41 PM

C100 MK1 on a Steadicam Pilot. Not that you can tell but I was walking with them