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davinci reslolve 60fps?

4 minutes ago, astranger200 said:

the free version of davinci resolve wont let me change from 24 fps no matter the resolution.

anyone know why?

Your footage is recorded in 24fps and you want to convert that to 60fps?  You can try to see if it lets you render out a 24p footage into 60fps, but I don't think you can convert it in the timeline.

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Just now, ALwin said:

Your footage is recorded in 24fps and you want to convert that to 60fps?  You can try to see if it lets you render out a 24p footage into 60fps, but I don't think you can convert it in the timeline.

it was recorded in 60fps (it says 63 tho), but it wont let me export in 60fps

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2 minutes ago, astranger200 said:

it was recorded in 60fps (it says 63 tho), but it wont let me export in 60fps

And the resolution of the footage?

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3 minutes ago, astranger200 said:

1920/1080 by shadowplay

That's strange, Resolve free supports 1080p video up to 60fps at least.  When you created the project, did you specify the frame rate to be 60fps?  That might be the issue.

 

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/compare

 

EDIT: Look in the Project Settings of DaVinci Resolve.

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1 minute ago, ALwin said:

That's strange, Resolve free supports 1080p video up to 60fps at least.  When you created the project, did you specify the frame rate to be 60fps?  That might be the issue.

 

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/compare

im gonna go again from scratch... 

also when I render it my gpu usage is at like 5%...

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1 minute ago, astranger200 said:

im gonna go again from scratch... 

also when I render it my gpu usage is at like 5%...

okay its working now... must have touched something

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1 minute ago, astranger200 said:

im gonna go again from scratch... 

also when I render it my gpu usage is at like 5%...

As for rendering, look at the link I posted, the free version of Resolve does put some limitation on the usage of CUDA/OpenCL.  And again, keep in mind that video rendering does not always utilize the GPU, CPU is more often used, depending on the types of effects and edits that has been applied to the video.

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