Solved Import 60fps Video, Yet Timeline has Just 30 fps

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Import 60fps Video, Yet Timeline has Just 30 fps was created by hatflyer

i set as input 59.94 fps. when i import it, all says it is still 59.94 fps. but in the timeline, there are only 30 frames per second when i go to edit. what's happening?

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26 Sep 2020 03:55 #1

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Import 60fps Video, Yet Timeline has Just 30 fps

1. Please take a screen shot of your Project Properties window and upload to the forum.
Project Properties button is above preview window.

2. Is your source video actually recorded as 59.94 fps ?
If you are unsure, please read this tutorial and use MediaInfo to analyse your video, then upload a copy of the file report.
www.moviestudiozen.com/free-tutorials/miscellaneous-help-tutorials/640-how-to-use-mediainfo-app
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26 Sep 2020 13:23 #2

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Replied by hatflyer on topic Import 60fps Video, Yet Timeline has Just 30 fps

This shows the properties of the project. frame rate is 59.94 fps.





Note the time is 2:29. The next frame is 3:00, not 2:30.

Photo 2 shows indeed the video clip frame rate is 59.94 fps.

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27 Sep 2020 03:10 #3
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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Import 60fps Video, Yet Timeline has Just 30 fps

If I am understanding you correctly, I think I know what is going on now.
There is nothing wrong with Vegas Movie Studio or your project.

The default Timeline settings, only display the conventional Frame Rates of 23.976 fps, 25 fps or 29.97 fps.
If you need to see the individual frames when working with double frame rate video, change the Timeline Ruler = Absolute Frames or Time and Frames.

Right-click Timeline Ruler and select Absolute Frames or Time and Frames.
Zoom in with the wheel of your mouse to see Frames.

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27 Sep 2020 08:04 #4
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