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    can i speed up the footage in Sony Vegas ?? i know how to speed it up but i can't seem to get the right speed.

    HELP !!!


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    OK. What speed do you want and what problem are you having?
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    i recorded 720/24pn 12fps. my footage is a little slow of course but i wonder if i can speed it up to where it seems normal in vegas. just curious. i know that i'll never do this again. my footage is from a concert....


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    If you recorded 12 fps at 24pN, it should play back twice as fast. Shouldn't be slow.

    Right-click/Properties/Playback Rate. Enter your frame rate divided by 24 to get to normal speed.
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    wow, i never knew that. sorry david, i shouldn't have said slow. everytime the people move i see "ghosts". it almost looks like slow motion. my first encounter with frame rates or maybe it was the OIS.

    thanks for your help


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    If you dragged out the clip, you probably didn't hit a precise increment, so the footage is interpolated between frames, causing the ghosting. If you enter 0.500 in the playback rate, it should be right.
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    thanks !!!


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    one more curious question. i notice the audio was un-sync'd when i tried what you said.

    any answers ?


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    You need to do the audio separately. Ungroup the audio, and ctrl-stretch the audio to the same length as the video track. Of course it will sound funny.

    Wait a second was this with the HVX or HPX? If you recorded 12fps over 24pn I don't think there should be any audio.....

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    i really appreciate the help. i usually shoot straight out the box and fix things in post.

    maybe it was the shutter speed i was messing with. there was a "1/12" in the viewfinder.

    holy toledo batman, i think i meant shutter speed all the time, not fps !!!


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