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Converting 60p to 24p: A Quick Guide

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24 frames per second has long been the standard frame rate for film production.  30fps and 60fps have a distinctly “video” look, which is often undesirable.  So how do you achieve this cinematic look if your camera only shoots 60 or 30fps, and you don’t want everything to be slow motion?  It may seem as simple as dropping your footage into a 24p timeline, but that can result in choppy playback.

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