Do you know how at many

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Do you know how at many frames per second your original video was shot, and how many FPS it was rendered? If you’re rendering at a lower FPS than the original footage, this could account for the speed difference in playback. Think of it this way – if the footage was shot at 30fps,and you render it at 24 fps, some programs may try to cram the extra 6 fps into each second of playback. Your render settings should match the fps of the original footage.

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