I think this will require some trial and error, but I would go for 24 fps.
Are there any clues that I need to be loking for just to know if one way or the other is better?
I heard people saying that you should create a sequence with the FPS as the highest footage you intent to put on and later render with the FPS you want,,
I heard other people saying is better to start with the sequence that reflect your intended final FPS.
I dont know whihc of the two aproaches one is better or why.
That is what i mean by trial and error.
See what end result looks the best.
I have bee doing that but the result looks the same,, maybe they are subtle or technical differences, I dont want to start getting used to something that is not correct for wahtever reason.
There has to be some technical explanation,, for example, some aproach might be better if later I want to slow down fparts of the sequence, or speed up, or add some effect.
I apreciate you are helping me,,a I just want to see iif there is more to it than eyeballing.
What did you end up doing? I'm in the exact same situation except I shot with a T2i and I'm compiling all the different clips (with the different resolution and fps) into a DVD. In many cases that different clip types (meaning different resolution and FPS) have to be on the same sequence.
Anything that you found would be helpful!