Different frame rates in Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

Can I import movies with different frame rates into Adobe AE and Adobe Premiere without causing an error?

For example I have screen videos that were recorded at 5 fps and cam videos that are at 29. fps. Would it be a problem to import and manipulate those videos in both softwares.

Thanks,
Fabio
fattosfAsked:
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Asta CuConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Thanks for responding, Fabio, your feedback is, of course, integral.  Given the products you've listed, a few thoughts.

Is Adobe Premiere Pro the Tryout or full version?  Checked here for system requirements to ensure you've got what is needed?
http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/systemreqs.html
Also unclear about your Operating System and version, so this may be pertinent if running XP SP2.
Security warnings or no results returned when you use Help (Windows XP with SP2)
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/330621.html

After Effects 6.5...
http://www.adobe.com/products/aftereffects/systemreqs.html
If XP SP2...
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/330621.html

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Asta CuCommented:
I've had problems doing this, and didn't like the results; but was using an older version of Premiere.

Here are som elinks that should help you in this regard....
Make sure that the frame rate of the footage file matches the frame rate of the composition:
Movies Drift In and Out of Focus During Playback in After Effects ..... More here
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/311512.html

Unlcear about your versions of AE and Premiere.... this may shed some light.
http://www.adobe.com/education/pdf/AWP/AWP_Premiere6.pdf

Frame Rate vs. Time Base in Premiere
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/314834.html
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yukeleCommented:
I have worked with differing frame rates in Premiere Pro with no serious problems,  but the final product doesn't always look as good as I would like. I believe After Effects works the same way
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michaelbuddyCommented:
I've seen this work for a lot of people.  REally the best way is to just try it.  However, you can convert the file to 30 fps and then import it.  you will then have the same jumpiness, but better luck exporting.
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fattosfAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay in commenting your comments. In respect to the versions of the programs I am using, here it is:

Adobe After Effects 6.5
Adobe Premiere Pro

I am going to have a look at the links and tips and get back with you guys asap.

Best Regards,
Fabio
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turn123Commented:
Hi fattosf :-),
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Asta CuCommented:
Thank you all, best wishes for a safe, great holiday.  ":0) Asta
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