Currently Being ModeratedFeb 8, 2013 8:59 AM (in response to Oisinbessy)
YOu can't. You'll have to export one of them out as a QT movie, reimport that, drop it onto the timeline, and use the STANDARDS CONVERTER from nattress.com to get it to look right.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 8, 2013 1:28 PM (in response to Oisinbessy)
I have had success with using Compressor to do the frame rate conversion and then having FC do the scaling.
Make clip 1 25fps with compressor. (turn on frame controls)
Add new clip 1 (25fps) to the 1920 sequence at 25.
This presumes that the codec of each clip is the same.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 9, 2013 6:10 AM (in response to Oisinbessy)
If you don't mind either slightliy slowing up or slightly speeding up one of the sequences, export a selfcontained qt of one of the sequences with current settings (depending on the codec or compressor) and open in cinematools and conform to the other frame rate. Absolutely lossless except for the speed change as you're only changing the metadata which determines the playback frame rate.
I find compressor does a much better job of scaling than fcp but you need to customize your preset by enabling frame controls and setting the resizing filter to "best."
Wait a second. Are you actually editing 5184 by 3456? Does that work?