*I* am working on an AMV (yes, I do *try* to make a few myself every once & a while...)
and I have a fast, upbeat tune which I have slowed down in Cool Edit to 50% speed + pitch bend
to raise by 1 octave so that it doesn't totally sound like a durge.
I still have the original WAV file, too.
I am working scenes in Premiere 6.2 at 30fps because I want to get timings right, then double-speed it to 60fps, and apply the original wav file.
I also have a copy of After Effects 5.5, Sony Vegas 7, and a couple of versions of VirtualDub and VirtualDubMod.
Once I output 30fps uncompressed avi (HUGE!) from Premiere, what's the most straightforward way to convert to 60fps and scrunch the duration by 1/2 ?
I've tried playing with Vegas but it doesn't seem to speed the project up - the music still sounds slow.
Any tips from 60fps masters out there?