Just weird general practice...no matter what NLE...that you created edit sequences that do not match your source footage specs.
eg. Shoot 60fs edit 60 fps
Also weird to shoot 720 and export 1080. You will get a quality hit due to up rezzing!
Do you want the slow motion here, or normal speed footage?
Yes. Sorry about that. I do want the slow motion. I liked the look of editing in 24 and conforming the speed of my 60p footage.
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We shoot at 60fps and edit at 24fps all the time. Works like a charm. Nothing weird about it IMO. That way we can pick and chose later what we want for slow-mo and the rest we leave at 60fps and let the 23.976fps sequence drop the extra frames. To "conform" your footage in Premiere, simply right click on the 59.94fps footage and select MODIFY>Interpret Footage. Then change it to 23.976 (assuming that's your actual frame rate) and you're done. You can change it back if you need to. Or duplicate the clip and have both options. Either way, it's super simple. Shift+select multiple clips to modify as many as you want at a time. The process is reversable and instant. Now just drop that modified clip on your 23.976 timeline (or whatever frame rate you're editing at) and you're all set. It'll now be in slow-mo.
Up rezzing isn't ideal quality wise but do what you gotta do.