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For a short student film, I'd like to be able to work with shots that are 60FPS. For some reason I dont see this option: enter image description here

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You could choose a format (HDV, HDTV or DVCPRO) that suits your needs in terms of pixel aspect ratio and frame size and then manually change the framerate to 60 fps. Out of curiosity, why would you want 60fps in your movie? If you want slo-mo footage take a look at this question –  Bart Arondson Apr 7 '13 at 14:18

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Those "options" are just convenient presets. Just select Custom and input the frame rate and any other parameters you want.

Of course, if only some of your shots are 60fps, and your final output is 24 or 30 fps, then set your comp settings to the desired output values, and interpret your footage as 60 fps (if it isn't sensed by AE automatically).

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