The real fun is when you get clips from 4 different cameras, shooting different aspect ratios, with different file types, and different frame rates, and a single deliverable is expected from it. Talk about issues from hell.
I have never dealt with or delivered 60p footage. All my deliverables are either at 24p for DCI, or 23.98p for web. One documentary I did post work on I delivered in 29.97p, that that one was the odd one out of the bunch.
I'm curious why someone is requesting a 60p delivery. That doesn't appear to be any standard sort of format. Standards are 24fps for DCI, 23.98fps for most other uses. There is also the old interlaced carryovers of 30i and 60i, but no one uses those to any degree any longer. 29.97 is common as well in television.
Edit: I don't even see standard options in export menu for Resolve for anything other than 24, 23.98 and 30.00. The one 29.97 project I did was in Premiere, kind of odd to not see 29.97 in Resolve though.
Edited by Landon D. Parks, 26 August 2017 - 10:59 PM.