Currently Being ModeratedSep 3, 2013 11:10 AM (in response to CMarinette)
You cannot change the frame rate of sequence when there's any material in it. Create a new sequence and adjust the parameters as needed, or set your easy setup for the correct settings before you create the new sequence or hit command-option-n and choose the appropriate setting.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 3, 2013 11:24 AM (in response to CMarinette)
Which one is right? You need to copy and paste the wrong sequence into the right one...and then manually fix all the gaps. Sorry, but that's the only way. As Michael said, you cannot change the frame rate of an existing sequence, you'll need to make a sequence that matches what your needs are, what the footage is...and then copy and paste the bad sequence into that...and manually fix it.
The first hint that something is amiss is if you have any sort of render bar. You shouldn't have one at all if you do things right. If you add a clip to a sequence, and you need to render, then something doesn't match, and you need to fix it now. otherwise you are stuck where you are stuck right now.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 4, 2013 12:47 AM (in response to Shane Ross)
Thanks to both of you!
I changed the frate rate of my sequence before putting any footage in it, and that solved the problem of the gaps!
But i still have a rend bar (the green one) on my new sequence, and i don't know where that comes from... why do i need to render?