Added frames in CS6

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When I import a 25FPS avi into CS, then the timeline stays at 30fps. CS seems to add frames to create 30fps. When I finally produce the new video at 25fps, the added frames are still there.

Am I mistaken that it seems that CS converts the 25fps to 30fps and then converts the (internal) 30fps to 25fps?

It seems so to me. This is a real problem. The added frames are there in the produced output video, this means that some of the original frames have gone out the window somehow.
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Posted 4 years ago

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Dave O'Rourke, Senior Software Engineer

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Sorry for the late reply. I did some checking in CS6, and I can confirm that your results are correct.

The timeline runs at 30fps. All edits are at 30fps. All sources are up-sampled to 30fps before the edits are applied. When you produce, you choose a desired production frame rate, and the timeline is down-sampled to your production frame rate.

The problem seems to be that the upsampling and downsampling do not add/remove the same frames. You're the first one to notice this. I will open a bug so that we can address this in a future release.

You can prevent the upsampling by using source videos at 30fps. You can prevent the downsampling by producing at 30fps.