Originally Posted by JumpySticks
It is jerky and I can't figure out why. It may be because the frame rate of the original is not exactly 30fps, it's around 29.94. The conversion seems to skip an odd frame now and then, making the output jerky. Still cannot get the output to speed up using only the frame rate adjustment without decimating. Not bad really, but just a little jumpy in spots.
I don't think the original fps being 29.94 will cause dropped frames, but you can try setting the frame rate to 299.4 instead of 300. Another thing to try is setting the Decimate By to 5 instead of 10. That will make the output 60 fps instead of 30. (Increasing the source frame rate is what's actually speeding up the action, while the Decimate is just reducing the final fps.) If you computer can display 60 fps, that should be smoother.