The situation is this. I am in the middle of a project. But halfway through, I want to change the frame rate of my project. You notice if I want to change this to 720p, the resolution changes, and if I want to change the frame rate, I can’t. So I am going to demonstare how to change project frame rate in Final Cut Pro X. What you are looking at right now is a project I am working on with my smartphone stabilizer. Step one. Go to your timeline. Select all the clips. Go to Edit and Cut. The shortcut is Command-X. The timeline should be empty. Next step. Go to the library panel on the top left and click on the project’s icon (thumbnail). Next go to the inspection panel. Ensure you are in the “i” tab. Click on the “modify” button. You will see the settings that you have set before you started the project. Now click on the frame rate. Now we have options. Right now I am going to change this project to 30p. Click OK. Then go back to the timeline and ensure your playhead is in the beginning. Go to Edit. Click Paste. Or Command-V shortcut. That’s it. Our project frame rate is now changed. So if you have any questions, leave them below. If you like this video, please like 👍and share. If you want more of such videos, SUBSCRIBE🔔! This is Adrian Lee from VIDEOLANE.COM. See You!