Hello! Thanks for your replies - I tried to change the frame rate in Premier, but it doesn't like it much - it changes it to the correct length time wise, but repeats the last frame again and again in the time difference between 30fps and 25fps (if that makes sense) so you get the effect of the animation stopping dead for a split second or two!! And it's definitely noticeable.
After FX doesn't seem to like my .avi files, so i guess I’ll have to render it all again. RickStefani I can't find the properties box in Maya that changes the render to 25fps does anyone know where it is? I reckon i must be missing something obvious.
Unfortunately I have timed my piece out to narration at 25fps so the timings cannot change!!
Can anyone help?
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