Support frame rates greater than 60FPS
It would be helpful to video formats that can support frame rates at 120 or 144FPS. Such frame rates are admittedly rare, but with gaming being as popular as it is there is a real potential for its use.
Fabrice D Lorenceau commented
Totally agree, UHDTV2 standard specifies for frame rates up to 120 frames per second (fps). 8K was designed for high frame rates.
There are now lots of cameras (ex: VRaptor), monitors & TVs (8K TV Sony, Samsung...) and applications such as 8K domes and VR experiences at 120fps
ex: 8K domes : https://www.cosm.com/experience-center/
ex for VR: https://www.gfinityesports.com/vr-games/oculus-quest-2-how-to-set-up-120-hz-recommended-settings-supported-games-and-more/
ex: all high end smartphones are 120hz
Apparently you can actually trick Premiere into it to some extent:
However, we need less convoluted work-around and band aids solutions to 120fps problems: we need professional support of 120fps from Adobe.
This should have been supported since 2018 but in 2022 is really becoming increasingly important.
Jonah Walker commented
Yea the not being able to crate proxies for 120p footage is a pain, especially since compressor deals with 120 footage fine.
Exporting in 120fps is not supported, and I also can't create proxies for any 120p footage..