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It's more likey Frame Blend, Ken.
Both options are available by right-clicking on your clips on the timeline.
If it plays fast on a 24 fps project, would you right click the 16 fps film and "time stretch" to 66%?
This would assume there is no sound issues and each 16mm frame is "scanned" only once for each 16 fps video clip.
HI steve and Junoflydog,
Thank you for your replies to me question.
Juno, I did as you suggested and it worked fine, thank you for your help.
Steve, applying Frame Blend did nothing to correct the problem, I entered Frame Blen into PE3 Help (keyboard) got no result as what it is used for.
As I am thinking of going up to PE7 I was looking for books PE7 and found your "The Muvipix.cpm Guide to PE7, looking inside in the Index under "I" i saw Interpret Footage I entered that into Help no result,although I have been able ti fix my problem using Time Stretch I"m annoyed that I can not correct the speed of my clip as I did last year from a reply in this forum. I clicked somewhere a windo oped asking to enter FPS and bingo it was fixed.
I thank you again for your help.
Glad you found a solution, Ken.