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19. Frame Rate Converter
• Convert frame rates from PAL to NTSC to PAL
• Change 60i footage to 24p and much more
Posted on Jan 22, 2007
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Assaf
07/30/2018
This vidoe has been upload in 2007. is this still relevent to this year? because after effects has been changed a lot since then and also the computers. they are much more faster and much more capable.
Foley
04/02/2018
Hi Andrew, I just figured out how to fix my problem in my previous post. I had to relink the pick whips to both "Actual Source Frame Rate" and "Target Frame Rate" to make it works again. Anyway, Thanks for the preset!
Foley
04/02/2018
Thanks for your tutorial.

I am using After Effects CC and I am trying to convert my source footage from 60fps to 29.97fps for my project.

I followed your video and changed the numbers for "Actual Source Frame Rate" and "Target Frame Rate". However, The slider for "Speed" remains 100. Can you tell me why this happens? Thanks

Bill
09/23/2016
Well I guess we all know that AndrewKramer_FrameRate_Converter.ffx will not work in ver. 2015.3 when I run file I receive this error.
Can't import file "AndrewKramer_FrameRate_Converter.ffx":unsupported filetype or extension. (0::1)
Does anyone know if Andrew has made an update of this file Or a work around?
Leon Frohnert
09/23/2016
Do you guys know how to convert a 1080/25 footage to 1080/30?
I mean, a way to get a smooth finish... ?
szepesg
04/16/2016
Is there any chance that I can change from 23.976 to 25? Because higher values than the original do not work.
Thank You.
Best regards,

G.Sz.
David
04/06/2016
Thanks again for this trusty dusty tutorial and FFX preset. I just dug it out again, and found that for some reason in CC2015 the math being done between "actual / desired" frame rates, grinds my system to a near halt- unusably so. By just letting it do the math, making a fresh 'timewarp' effect and plugging in the calculated number [ in my case 80.01, for converting a 23.98 file to 29.97] got around the problem. I'm nerdily fascinated that that simple expression math could bog down a system like that...
Browny
03/22/2016
Does anyone know if this works also in premier pro> or it was just made for after effect?
David
04/07/2016
Browny. You know, I ended up just doing the same methodology in Premiere instead of AE. Would be a pain if you had a tonne of clips. I was actually getting better results with CC's "Optical Flow" speed effect option than the equivalent in AE. The only difference in method is that I made a duplicate of the clip in the bin, kept its framerate intact and used its audio under the frame rate adjusted copy with speed effect.
justfaced
01/20/2016
Avdshare Video Converter will take change MP4 file frame rate as an example and it can also serve to change AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, MXF, XAVC, ProRes, MPG, AVI, FLV, MOV, WMV, MKV and almost all video format frame rates
JW
07/24/2015
Thank you for this awesome tutorial. I rendered my whole file and it worked perfectly, but there is no sound, is there any way to get my sound converted with the correct pitch as well? Kind Regars
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