You might try DNxHR or Cineform. Hope this helps.
Our VR projects are often at a 30fps timeline, due to our camera which records at 30fps. DNxHR only provides a 29.97 export option. Is there a way around this?
I ran a test comparing a 30fps and 29.97fps export using a different codec and it does result in a few frames of difference with any clips of moderate length, which will cause sound synch problems.
PS> Cineform is a nice alternative, but lacks FFmpeg support which is an important part of our pipeline.
Interestingly I notice the Quicktime version of the DNxHR export does include a 30fps, but not MXF.
Is MXF preferred for a windows workflow over .mov?
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They should be identical. See if the other version of DNxHR might work for you. Give it a try, anyway.