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I am assembling a multi-camera DVD of one show of the recent Van Halen tour. They allowed open filming, and so there were cameras everywhere. I've managed to convince two people to send me their original files, and a couple of others are (hopefully) on the way. However, if I don't receive them, I can still download their 1080 files from Youtube. I *think* it lowers the resolution of the audio, but video is still 1080.

The question I have is, how do I figure out what the frame rates are? Youtube is at 30 f/s, and I'm not even sure what the frame rates are of the two videos I've received. I do have Vegas Video 10.0 Platinum. Is there any easy way to determine the frame rate of a random m2ts video file?

Assuming I end up with different ones, such as 60, 30, and 24, what's the best way to render so that I don't end up with a jerky finished product?
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