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j-v wrote on 5/15/2022, 4:09 PM

MP4 says nothing about the codec, but most used are AVC or HEVC codecs.
You have to customize a choosen rendersetting for the framerate to 24p, see my screenshot for the Magix AVC codec:

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jumbo wrote on 5/15/2022, 7:02 PM

Thanks; I will give it a try and let you know how it goes, Help appreciated.

Musicvid wrote on 5/16/2022, 3:57 PM

Most of what is called 24p is actually 23.976 NTSC, or IVTC.

MediaInfo is your friend.

jumbo wrote on 5/16/2022, 5:28 PM

Thanks j-v that worked and I now have a render at 24 fps, when I check properties the frame rate is defined at 24fps. The need for this frame rate is that a large part of this program is a frame scan transfer from film which was shot at 24 fps. The opening and closing sequences were shot on video at a nominal 24 fps.

Thanks Musicvid.

fr0sty wrote on 5/16/2022, 5:30 PM

it's easy to make your own. Customize the template, set the framerate to IVTC Film (or 24.000, but make sure you know which will work best with your target display, the former is usually the case). Then you can save that preset as a custom preset that you can easily call back up later, all you have to do is type a new template name in and then click the disk icon to save it.

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Musicvid wrote on 5/16/2022, 7:08 PM

Thanks j-v that worked and I now have a render at 24 fps, when I check properties the frame rate is defined at 24fps. The need for this frame rate is that a large part of this program is a frame scan transfer from film which was shot at 24 fps. The opening and closing sequences were shot on video at a nominal 24 fps.

Thanks Musicvid.

At worst, it will drop, dupe, or blend one frame per thousand, or every 41.67 seconds. Hardly a showstopper.

todd-b wrote on 5/17/2022, 5:47 AM

Thanks j-v that worked and I now have a render at 24 fps, when I check properties the frame rate is defined at 24fps. The need for this frame rate is that a large part of this program is a frame scan transfer from film which was shot at 24 fps. The opening and closing sequences were shot on video at a nominal 24 fps.

You want to stay at 24fps, from source through project and encode for best results, assuming where ever it's going will play at 24fps or be re-encoded to 24fps and not 23.976. This is the vast majority of places, be it mobile, Projector , Home entertainment or popular video host sites. Projectors being the main example where 24fps is required.

Most of what is called 24p is actually 23.976 NTSC, or IVTC.

@Musicvid Panasonic, BlackMagic, Canon, Apple Iphone, Samsung Galaxy are real 24fps examples that I'm aware of.