View Full Version : Interpolating low FPS video frames

01 January 2005, 04:36 PM
I have a very low FPS video which I need to cut into a pre-existing reel. Speeding it up isn't an option, and it looks awful as it is - it's far too jumpy.

Now, the actual image quality isn't that important - but I need to get this thing up to a decent speed, at a decent frame rate.

First question, is there a way I can interpolate between the frames to fill in the gaps of the missing frames? Sort of a morph from one state to another, throughout the entire duration of the clip? If it creates an odd looking effect as a by-product, that wouldn't be a problem at all.

Secondly, the original video has since been converted to PAL DV (25FPS) - so the stuck frames in the original actually span 5-6 frames in the video I have to work with. How can I work around that?

01 January 2005, 06:25 PM
heres a plugin for AE:

and the full app:

Good Luck

01 January 2005, 12:03 AM
heres a plugin for AE:

and the full app:

Good Luck

Perfect! It's a little pricey (I only want this for personal use), but I'll see how the trial version works out. :)

Thanks XanderFX.

01 January 2005, 11:35 AM

It's difficulter to use but it has a BOB filter for such things.

It's FREE ;)

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