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fps conversion - 8/6/2002 4:05:36 AM   
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does anyone know how to convert 20 fps to 25 as some of the films that i have cannot b watched on the dvd player properly as there is frame loss.

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RE: fps conversion - 8/12/2002 3:23:33 AM   
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yeah sure,

Try using Adobe Premiere 6.0

It can change your 20 fps to 25, 29.97, 30 or other on your desire.

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RE: fps conversion - 8/15/2002 5:28:40 AM   
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cheers mate.

i downloaded it but i cannot find anywhere in the instructions telling me how to do it.

are u able to help here as well?

cheers

richard


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RE: fps conversion - 8/15/2002 9:18:38 PM   
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DVtool will also do it......

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RE: fps conversion - 8/19/2002 3:06:51 AM   
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I can help,

Go to project settings and select the frame rate as 25 fps. Then change the frame rate also at the video options tab. now when you import (from file menu) and then drag it to the time line, it will automatically convert any movie to 25 fps. The go to file and then export to save your work to an avi.

To save to an mpg you have to download ezcleaner 5 codec for premier 6.0 .

any ways dvtools is a good utility too.

both the softwares are good, So pick one.



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RE: fps conversion - 8/20/2002 12:07:04 PM   
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had a look at dvtool.

i may be a bit dense dut i dont know how to import a video file to it to convert it.
cheers for the help for adobe will try it.


Rik


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RE: fps conversion - 8/21/2002 3:07:23 AM   
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i tried adobe but i am still getting frame loss.

i tried to do what u said but i wasn't sure where the video options were so i right clicked the video and done it there.

also what do i need to export it as clip or timeline?

cheers


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RE: fps conversion - 8/28/2002 8:06:22 AM   
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go to windows options and open timeline and drag the vedeo there, now once u have dragged it , go to file menu and click on export timeline

Choose the settings u wish to give to ur avi and it will be exported

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