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Are you using frame blending? It is intended to smooth the appearance of video that inculdes interpolated frames, as when you are converting between frame rates.
what is a good tween for these frame rates??
For Blu-ray or broadcast you're limited to those two (24 or 60) at 1280 x 720 resolution. Ideally, any one project should be shot at all the same frame rate.
Yeah, That frame blending worked fine. Not perfect but not noticable to the average or even enthusiast eye.
I normally shoot the same fps but we have been running 3 crews for the last 5 weeks. This is a case of crewA shooting something on tuesday while crewB shot in another location on the same day. Then crewA went to get some filler footage from the shoot that crewB did last week.
They just didn't comunicate the settings very well. It happens.
And i think i am getting carried away with having not to do an intermediate codec as i did in fcp. Whao Nelly.
also our local cable is still using 24 and 29.97 at 720p. No 60p but they do take 60i. go figure.
Frame blending in After Effects is much more advanced, so you could do the frame-rate conversion there if it's worth it to you for the extra quality.
See the part about the Pixel Motion option for frame blending: