We recently shot an entire sporting event with our Red ONE camera – overcranked. That will be great when we need to show the cowboys hitting the dirt in slow motion, but we needed a way to create a DVD for viewing that ran at normal speed (in this case, double slo-mo = normal speed).
After poking around in the edit software without an easy answer, I came up with the following solution. I edited all the slo-mo clips into my Avid timeline and exported a same-as-source Quicktime movie. Then I used some free software from Apple called “Dumpster” to trick the computer into playing it back double-time.
Here’s a pic of the settings:
Since Apple’s Compressor takes these numbers at face value, it created the Mpeg2 for the DVD at double-speed, which was exactly what we needed for the viewing copy.