first of all, nice piece of equipment! A big thank you to the community!
What I have:
- H.264 videos, no audio
- 30 fps (by mistake!)
A hardware scanner encoded single frames/images from old-school real film rolls (Super8) into a 30fps video. The problem is, that the film was originally shot at 18fps. So naturally, it plays 1.67 times too fast. Of course I could set playback speed to 0.6 while keeping the video at 30fps but is that the “right” way to fix this issue? From what I understood, I currently have 100% of all the original frames of the film and ideally I don’t want to mess around with them.
What I want is converting the videos to real 18fps playing at the right speed without creating/dropping frames. How should I do that the right way? Thanks in advance!