I need an answer to this question as I'm getting more than one inquiry (I run Blur Busters) and I want to help people be able to create 120fps videos.
Do I recommend continuing using Adobe, or do I refer them to a competitor's product if it's the only way to output 120fps????
Even plain free tools such as ffmpeg can do 120fps!
Some people are starting to think abot 120fps editing (e.g. http://www.hfrmovies.com/tag/120-fps/ ...) so this is an emerging area that Adobe also needs to pay attention to.
The 120fps distribution medium is already here today, and it's called "web browsers running on a 120Hz computer monitor".
Can you upload a sample clip?
The sample clip is already embedded in HTML5 <VIDEO> at:
The 120fps video file can be downloaded at:
Don't forget you need a 120Hz computer monitor:
I imported a sample file, the file was interpreted as 120fps. I created a new sequence using "New Sequence From Clip," and a 120 fps progressive sequence was made.
I hope this helps.
Thank you for this confirmation. That's 50% of the good news. I will publicize the good news on my end, for my clients considering Adobe for 120fps HFR
Can you import a 120fps slo-mo video and speed it up by 4x, and export it as a 120fps HFR real-time video?
1. Ask somebody in your office if they have a Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone (it has a 120fps slo mo feature). GoPro cameras and some other consumer cameras has it too. If you don't have a clip, I'll send you a slo-mo 30fps clip.
2. Speed up the video by 4 times but preserve all frames (no frame dropping)
3. Save the video as a 120fps file.
Can Adobe Premiere do this? This will be the other 50% of the important good news for me.
Should I supply a standard 120fps slo-mo video, to see if this procedure can be done? I need to answer to users.
Sure, upload a video file that I can test.
Was there ever a follow up to this? There was a file uploaded by mrdrejhon here:
I can't seem to get a sequence or export settings higher than 60fps. Looking to output some 4Kp120 soccer footage in real time.