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Processing 120 fps Directly in Final Cut Pro X

Mac related Editing Software but NOT GoPro Studio

Processing 120 fps Directly in Final Cut Pro X

Postby coiyoutube » Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:23 am

Is there a trick doing slow motion in final cut with gopro files shot at 120 or 240 fps. I don't want to process these in Go Pro Studio first, but go direct Final Cut and do a smooth slow motion export of these files? Is it possible to avoid Go Pro Studio for these?
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Re: Processing 120 fps Directly in Final Cut Pro X

Postby Ifti » Thu Nov 13, 2014 7:05 am

Cant you use the retime tool along with Optical Flow in FCPX directly?
Never tried it myself yet, but thats where I'd start......
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