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    Question Extremely High FPS Video Creation - Sony VEgas

    Hi. I'm new to this forum but I'm having real difficulty with this so any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance. So I'm making a gaming 'edit' if you will. For Counter-Strike don't know if many people here know but it's irrelevant.

    My aim is to get a 600fps clip from Counter-Strike to use for extreme slomo's when using velocity in Sony Vegas. However, I'm struggling to get this 600fps clip.
    I've recorded the clip in game at 60fps at 10% speed. My idea was to then x10 speed to bring it up to 600fps (I think this should work). I would do this in Sony Vegas by using 'CTRL' + 'drag left' to speed it up to x4 then use velocity at 250% (or x2.5).
    This is where the problem arises. I can't created a project in Sony Vegas (or After Effects for that matter) at 600fps. Sony Vegas has a max of 120 and After Effects a max of 99. So my question is, is there a way around this? and if there is will it work?

    Thanks again, Tom.
    Last edited by tomscrub; 01-06-2015 at 04:42 PM. Reason: Fragmovie

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomscrub View Post
    My aim is to get a 600fps clip from Counter-Strike to use for extreme slomo's when using velocity in Sony Vegas. However, I'm struggling to get this 600fps clip.
    Have you actually produced a video file at 600fps from your Game system? What is the format (the codecs used), the dimensions (width and height), duration and file size?
    If so, then I suspect that file may need to be converted before attempting to import into Vegas or Premiere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomscrub View Post
    I've recorded the clip in game at 60fps at 10% speed.
    Does that mean you recorded 60fps while the game was running at 10% speed? If not I'm not sure what you mean by it. Please clarify.

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    If you want the slo mo then you need to import your clip into a normal project and tell the editor your footage is 30fps - when you play it back you will have your extreme slo mo at the equivalent of 600fps

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    If you have already recorded at 10% speed you already have a slow mo. Don't you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    If you have already recorded at 10% speed you already have a slow mo. Don't you ?
    yes but he wants to slow it down again by 2x, which means running his 60fps footage at 30fps - I don't know how you do this in Vegas - maybe create a 30fps project, then import the clip, then maybe slow the clip down by 1/2?
    Last edited by zamiotana; 01-06-2015 at 11:58 PM.

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