Unexpected warning when saving a still image

terrypin wrote on 20/09/2019, 20:33

Hopefully this annotated screenshot makes my question clear:

Terry, East Grinstead, UK

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CubeAce wrote on 20/09/2019, 22:22

Hi Terry. I think the answer would be No difference at all. A still image is a still image and should be transcribed at the set frame rate.

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Scenestealer wrote on 21/09/2019, 00:42

I imagine the program defaults to 25fps for still frame export as it is set to PAL in the Program Settings and then it throws that old warning as your project is set to 59.94? Confusing though...

 

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terrypin wrote on 21/09/2019, 08:29

Thanks both. More justification for a re-write of that poorly designed dialog. Or has it been changed in recent MEPP versions?

Terry, East Grinstead, UK