Currently Being ModeratedJan 17, 2013 11:46 AM (in response to stevetobias)
What you are going to have to do is make a new sequence that matches the settings you want. If they are to match a clip setting, then make a new sequence, drop a clip into it, and say YES when it asks if you want it to match. Otherwise, choose the easy setup you want and then make a new sequence.
Then, copy and paste ALL of the clips from the 60fps sequence into the 23.98 sequence. Gaps between cuts will appear sporatically. These will need to be manually fixed. No way around this. It'll take a while, but this is what you need to do.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 17, 2013 12:17 PM (in response to Shane Ross)
Thanks, Shane. I tried this, copying and pasting into a new 23.98 sequence, and everything was butchered. Most shots turned into stills and the spacing between them was almost unrepairable. I am thinking that this is going to have to be a 60 fps video in the end. For a 720p web video I don't think people will notice.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 19, 2013 9:15 AM (in response to stevetobias)
The easy way out is to finish the project as 59.94 and export the finished piece using "current settings."
Then, use Compressor with Frame Controls ON (and framerate conversion set to Better) to reduce your project to 23.98. If need be you can use "Best" but, it will add significantly to the processing time.