Sorry, I guess I shouldn't share videos that I haven't put the time in to edit correctly, If you had read my description you would have known that there was no twixtor used to edit this and I spend 30 minutes editing. I used FCP to edit this and I used the default setting it brought the video to when I dragged the clip into the timeline. I will look into it more, maybe I didn't export it to h264. I can see what the slow motion did, but as I said I am just making little weekly edits, I don't have the time to commit to 10+ hours a week of editing, I am more concerned with the cinematography.
To be honest you are being a bit harsh, by jumping to such conclusions without actually reading the description. I understand your concern, and appreciate constructive criticism, but as I said I am a cinematographer, not an editor. I wish I had the time to take editing classes, but I don't.
a lot of the shots are 50 fps, which could be a bit slow compared to videos of similar quality, maybe that is what is throwing it off. I will take it into consideration, and make sure my export settings are proper.