Hey, I've got a HDR video with alternating exposures on each frame.
I've shot the video at 59.94fps, and I'm trying to separate it by opening a composite shot, duplicating the footage, deleting the first (underexposed) frame from the second clip, and setting the speed of the two clips to 200% in order to get rid of every other frame that I don't want.
When I set the clip that starts on the underexposed frame to 200% I get constant underexposed video. Thumbs up!
Problem is, when I set the clip that starts on the overexposed video to 200%, I get constant underexposed video. What?!
This is so frustrating! I've done it over a few times to make sure that everything was fine on my end.
My video settings are fine, and match up with the footage. The software recognizes the clips as 59.94FPS. What gives?
The idea is that once that is solved, I can do a cheap little workaround by using a luminance key to key out the brighter portions of the underexposed video, render, and then have the video play back at 50% to give me a 30fps HDR clip.