As of now I usually import raw (straight from camera) 72060p into adobe premiere CS6 then adjust the speed by command + R (never by more than 50%) then export at 72030p. Meaning that I never convert my footage from h.264. I know this works but Is this the norm or what?
Due to many reasons and besides the point I have stepped up from a 7D to a FS700... (comes in thurs.)
(I know Im gonna get some comments about getting a crazy cam and not knowing how to do some feature on it but its whatever, I have done alot of research on it and am working hard to stay busy soooo... ((and I'm very very excited! this is a huge thing for me and I've worked my ass off to get here so Bring the hate if you really have beef with me haha))
But back on to the point, one of the awesome features of the cam is the slo mo, but I have never worked with anything above 60fps so I am looking for someone to share there workflow with me about using the 120fps or 240fps. I would assume that with something like this you would have to convert down to something like 30fps or 24fps using something like gopro cineform? but I really do not know if I have to do this or if it does it in the camera? I have seen some stuff about recording 240 @ 24fps so I would assume that means that it is recorded internally and then you just import it in onto a 24p timeline? If this is the case is there a way to record at 240 @ 30fps?
(I may sound clueless about this haha sorry, but the cam has not come in yet and I'm just trying to learn some of the features of it before it comes so this could be something very simple but I just havent used the cam yet so my bad)