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Requesting assistance with Final Cut Express

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So I made some videos from a videogame that I would like to edit and trim in Final Cut Express. When I try to import these videos, however, I am told that the framerate in the videos are not supported by FCE. Is there any way I can edit the videos with another program so I can run them in FCE or how do I configure FCE to run them, if possible?

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