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Can only render out in 30 fps

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Hello,

 

I have this very annoying problem in C4D where I can only render out in 30 fps. Even if I change the project settings fps and output settings fps to something else (24 for example), I still get 30 fps as a result. 

 

I render out in PNG and import to After Effects. 

 

Has anybody gotten this problem before and know how to fix it? 

 

Edit: I'm starting to wonder if this could be because I'm on a student license?

Thank you!

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Hi there,

 

Is it After Effects that is interpreting the sequence as 30 fps? You might need to adjust it in After Effects rather than in C4D.

 

You are making the change from 30 to 24 in Project Settings and Output Frame Rate, so that might indicate the issue is in how AE is interpreting the footage.

 

I'm not aware of the Student License limitations but some of the more experienced folks here might be.

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Please take care to post in the right place, which is not INTRODUCTIONS. Moved to ANIMATION / EXPORT.

 

It wouldn't make any sense to limit the educational version, frame rate-wise, so fairly sure that has nothing to do with it. I agree AFX might be the issue here as it sounds like you are doing everything right in Cinema...

 

CBR

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  • 1 hour ago, hobbyist said:

    Hi there,

     

    Is it After Effects that is interpreting the sequence as 30 fps? You might need to adjust it in After Effects rather than in C4D.

     

    You are making the change from 30 to 24 in Project Settings and Output Frame Rate, so that might indicate the issue is in how AE is interpreting the footage.

     

    I'm not aware of the Student License limitations but some of the more experienced folks here might be.

     

    That's a very good point I haven't thought of. Will look into that. Thank you!

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  • 59 minutes ago, Cerbera said:

    Please take care to post in the right place, which is not INTRODUCTIONS. Moved to ANIMATION / EXPORT.

     

    It wouldn't make any sense to limit the educational version, frame rate-wise, so fairly sure that has nothing to do with it. I agree AFX might be the issue here as it sounds like you are doing everything right in Cinema...

     

    CBR

     

    Sorry, will post in right section in future threads I make. 

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  • Update (solved): 

     

    Thank to Hobbyist post in this thread, the issue is solved. 

     

    For anyone having the same issue, this is the way to go about it. 

     

    Right click on the footage in after effects - Interpret Footage - Main. In there, go to Assume this frame rate: and change this to the frame rate you exported in. 

     

     

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