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I have rendered exactly 60 frames in a 3D animation tool.

Now I want to create a 2 second 30 FPS movie using those 60 frames.

How do I accomplish this in Windows Live Movie Maker?

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I set the time for each frame to a fraction like 0.6666666666667 or whatever and the program automatically rounded the length of the entire movie in seconds to an integer. I guess I got lucky!

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