With due respect...
You could actually do a test for some of the things you have asked considering you
have the camera and the NLE.
You will learn far more from your own "play" and be able evaluate the result to your own satisfaction.
Report back what you discover.
Do all the what if's in a testrun.
Not only will you see for yourself what it looks like and from the results determine the right settings for you.
You learn a lot by testing yourself.
With due respect... this does not answer my question and does not help me that much , but anyway, thank you for the very constructive answer ^^.
I'm not sure I would even have considered doing this by myself...
I hope I do not get this kind of answer because you feel like my question was silly or unpolite... To my mind this was a pretty serious question.
Shooternz, next time you need to go 150 km far away from where you are, go by feet rather than with a car, I'm sure you will have plenty of satisfaction too. Just cross the fingers for you not to be in a hurry while it's raining outside.
Well, I may be naive but i thought some experts already had the answer to this (I guess I'm not the only one who intend to do some slo mo), and would have been kind enough to share this knowledge with me. That's what sometimes happens in communities.
Please note I do not intend others to do the job for me, I'm just asking if someone already knows the answer.
I asked this question because I couldn't find any documentation about this, and I guess asking on internet was the next step, as testing would be like the last resort, being very time consuming.
It was easy to check the effect of dragging a file to the timeline to see if it played normally or not, but it's definitely not to count and compare each frame of some sample file to find if some are lacking, or have been doubled or what....
I assume I would be very happy with just a simple theorical answer either...
So once again, if someone already has been into such questions, I would really pleased him or her to share or report what they experienced. Thanks in advance.
There was absolutely no problem with your question.
Sorry you took such offense at my response to you.
(Its just the way I do things as a professional and maybe its why I am considered a professional )
FWIW: a test for this is very simple and not time consuming at all.
Shoot 2 identical scenes at the 2 frame rates
Create 2 sequences
Place both clips in each sequence.
Check your results.
15 minutes work ...lifetime of knowledge
@shooternz : I didn't feel that offended, just that your answer did not look very constructive or helpful to me.
I'm doing my own tests regularly and learning everyday, and if I felt like I had to post my questions on a specialized forum, the reason was that I needed accurate and professional answers, even if it may have not been formulated correctly, but what can you expect from a french guy trying to write in english ?
@Kevin-Monahan : thank you so much for this link, Jon Barrie's video is a great tutorial and answered many of my wonderings + some extras like audio sync.
This was very helpful !
I took good notes of the use of the "interpret footage" function.