enable custom frame rate on export in premiere pro 2020
Please enable 'custom' frame rate option on export settings,
so that users who are editing for example source footage
coming from 8mm or 16mm based on frame rates like 16fps or 18fps,
can export them to such frame rates or other.
you can check the thread here:
Edwin van Eck commented
I agree with Antoine from Autokroma. We use Autokroma to solve this issue in Adobe Premiere. Autokroma works very good. Using the Autokroma plugin prevented us to swich from Adobe premiere to an other program like Vegas.
Why are you saying I am spamming ? I am reading literally every thread on this forum and coming up with solutions so you can export in the best situation possible, avoiding all troubles with Adobe bugs. How ungrateful
For anyone wondering about the ad-spamming by autokroma in almost every thread concerning this problem: AfterCodecs is payware (~92$) and has nothing to do with Adobe!
Would be great to have your feedback on my method to do it : https://www.autokroma.com/blog/How-to-Export-Custom-Framerates-PPro-AME/
You can test for free the first 500 frames
Michael Gyori commented
Stephanie, it's possible to create custom export presets that you can use to export in film friendly framerates. I've attached 3 presets here that you can import and use to export at 16fps and 18fps (with and without sound).
Stephanie Csornok commented
I work a great deal with 8/16mm film; it's MADDENING that I can't do this!
Gary Cunningham commented
Absolutely unacceptable that this can no longer be done. Who thought it was a good idea to not include this feature, because this is absurd. I pay how much money every year for a system that is fundamentally broken when it comes to film making?
We will troubleshoot this issue with Benjamin and keep you up to date here
benjamin ferchaud commented
I bought after codec and it's is very good to choose frame rate.
Media encoder should offer this basic option...
benjamin ferchaud commented
I am agree. I will change for Resolve if this function is not propose for 16 and 18 fps for 8mm and super 8 film. I can't propose to my customers a 8mm film with duplicate frames...
Carlos, Eric, Ryszard, Thomas : I added custom framerate export in AfterCodecs https://www.autokroma.com/AfterCodecs
More info here https://www.autokroma.com/blog/How-to-Export-Custom-Framerates-PPro-AME/
It is limited to 200 fps but I will increase this limitation in the next version so you can export 240 fps Eric; Would you have a 240fps file so I can test it ?
Eric Livengood commented
In addition to preserving archival footage, the ability to export at a custom frame rate is extremely important for creating matching proxies. We receive a lot of footage that is shot at 120 fps and 240 fps specifically for slow motion and speed ramping effects. Premiere Pro used to have this capability and now it's not available.
Ryszard Dabek commented
Yes, please enable the ability to export at 18fps and 16fps. This is a really important function for those of us working with archival film footage. Better still, please enable the ability to export at whatever custom frame rate is used in a sequence.
Thomas Batschelet commented
I am also blocked to handle old 16 and 18 fps material. Would already be happy if 16 and 18 fps would be values in in the dropdown-list.
How to Export Custom Framerate Videos from Premiere Pro and Media Encoder