Drop a clip in the New Item icon for a sequence that matches the footage.
Check Interprete Footage if the clip is set to 120.
I have clips that are 100 fps (PAL) that run perfectly.
will try that later.. but why do we have to make "workarounds".. i mean.. adobe is not that cheap and other tools import the 120fps videos without a prob..
Thought that Premiere is a pro software.. hmm...
may i see that wrong..
You can't deliver 120 fps video. Even on a computer, your screen is almost certainly refreshing at 60hz, which means you can only actually see 60 of those frames in real time.
The entire purpose of 120 fps is to slow it down in post production, so you should be Interpreting at at that slower, usable speed before you add it to any sequence anyway.
yes, i know what you mean, but that doesn't really explain me, why premiere makes the video 30 minutes long instead 15 minutes.
Somthing is not quite right.
I have a 29 second 100 fps clip, if I drop that in a 50 fps timeline it still plays 29 seconds.
Did you check interprete footage?
You could clear out preferences (alt+shift) and Media cash.
Thanks.. i got it now.. finding the "interpreate footage" in german language
ok.. changed it to 120 fps so the clip is no 16 minutes.
BUT.. playing it, the sound is like playing with double speed.
So now i have to "sync" the sound to the 16 minutes..
Update: The audio ends on the half on the video.
When playing it as 32 minutes the audio ends at 16. > Audio has correct time.
When at 16, audio ends at 8. > video "correct" length, but audio half.
i want to adjust the framrate (footage) of the Video. The audio should be untouched.
pfu.. premiere gets diffcult