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1) In addition to the meta-data panel that Gin-San mentions, you can also right click on a clip in the project explorer and hit properties to get details about the file, which I believe includes the frame rate. 2) The new sequence settings are the settings that match your input video. So if the video is a 60fps video, it will end up making the output of ...


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To answer your Questions in order: You can see the framerate of a clip or sequence by navigating to the metadata panel. It's usually one of the tabs in the upper left on the standard layout. If you don't see it, select Window -> Metadata. Generally, you should set sequences to match you source material. So if your camera records 720p @ 60 fps, stick to ...


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The best way is to add more light, I see you mentioned not having the equipment to do so. There are a couple of home hacks to get around that. 1) Remove lamp shades and use the highest wattage bulb you can. I also prefer the clear glass bulbs sometimes with a diffuser over them. I find that tends to be brighter than the hazed bulbs but I have official ...



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