I am editing a project shot in 6K with a Red Dragon. We recorded a number of shots with speed changes ('ramps') triggered at specific times IN-CAMERA during the course of the shot. Premiere CC does not seem to recognize the changes - and only plays the clips back at the slower rate. Is there a way to get these ramps back?
Also - on a more basic level, is it possible for Premiere to interpret the relative frame rate of off-speed clips in any kind of specific way? In the project media window, everything displays at the frame rate i've set for the project (23.976) regardless of the frame rate at which a clip was recorded.
Any help is appreciated.
I thought the idea of a camera ramp was to keep the playback at a set rate so that the motion smoothly went to slow-mo as the camera fps increased. You can interpret the footage to any fps you want, you will get that option if you right click the footage in the project panel.