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Thanks for this. Unfortunately the only thing you can't change in the project inspector is the frame rate
I had a trailer version of the program which I copied into a new project with the frame rate set at 25 FPS and that worked okay so that's probably what I shall have to do with the full version.
I have a 60 minute 1080p documentary set at 50 FPS which I need to change down to 25 FPS so it can run on a smart TV which cannot handle 50 FPS.
What is the best way to do this?
And is there a noticeable difference in quality between the two frame rates?
All went well initially. I located the images I needed to edit in the events browser, did the "reveal in Finder" process to locate the original file, opened in photo shop, did the edits, returned to the timeline and there it was - a nice clean image.
Later however I noticed with JPEG files it wasn't giving me the usual "Save" dialogue. I didn't worry because the edits were still showing up in the timeline. However when it did give me a "Save" dialogue and I returned to the timeline I got the red "modified file" dialogue in the timeline and in the event browser.
Any thoughts what might be going on here?
I have three versions of a documentary I'm working on (short, medium and long) all of which reference the same event.
Working from the timeline in FCPX if I go out to Photoshop to do some blemish removal on still images will those edits show up in the other two versions of my documentary?
I understand of course that any edits I make using inbuilt tools will be specific to that time line only.
Any advice appreciated.
I've completed a 60-minute doco. The client wants about five minutes worth ( in three sections)
What's the best way to do this?
1. Disable the stuff I don't need and then Share?
2. Turn the sections I do need into compound clips and then . . . .? ( have little experience with compound clips )