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I want to combine the texture of the vintage camcorder with the feeling of 24 frames.

After changing the sequence setting to 23.976 fps within Adobe PP, a weak break occurs when playing.

Is there a better way?

Looking at the other posts,

It says to use Reel Smart Motion Blur or Motion Flow, but I don't know what it means exactly.
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04-25-2022, 05:52 AM
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What good can come out of that? I never get this cinematic 24 frames per second hype, The more frames a second the better, put it that way.

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No good method exists. It will be jerky, or blurry, or both.

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