I'm using twixtor v6 for AE 2014 to upscale a movie to 60fps, and I ran into an issue. Twixtor tries to interpolate the frames in between the clips of the movie (which aren't separated, its one mp4 file), which gives a weird morphing look (I can post an example if this isn't a great description). Is there a way to fix this by setting a motion threshold? This would be something to the effect of "When motion is more than X amount, opacity = 0%". I imagine this would only work with twixtor (as vanilla AE probably doesn't have a way to detect the amount of motion).
The reason I want to do this is so that I can avoid having to separate each individual clip in the movie. Does anyone have an idea of how to fix this?
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Also, to 'upscale' means to increase the resolution. But why increase the framerate of a 24fps movie? Perhaps to make it play more smoothly?