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Posted · Original PosterOP

Does 24fps really make a video seems cinematic or it's just a gimmick? And for 30fps recording camera, can i make the video 4 times faster and it will be 120fps and make it 5 times slower to get smooth and not choppy 24fps?

 

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6 minutes ago, Dogggo said:

And for 30fps recording camera, can i make the video 4 times faster and it will be 120fps

30 x 4 = 120, so yes you're correct.

7 minutes ago, Dogggo said:

it will be 120fps and make it 5 times slower to get smooth and not choppy 24fps?

120 / 5 = 24, so yes you're correct.

7 minutes ago, Dogggo said:

Does 24fps really make a video seems cinematic or it's just a gimmick?

24 FPS is enough for a cinematic movie, and you can't compare it to a gaming experience.


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making videos play faster does solve the smoothness problem, but then everything is 4 times as fast so not good for content (unless you shoot the whole thing at a quarter the speed)


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12 minutes ago, Geography said:

30 x 4 = 120, so yes you're correct.

120 / 5 = 24, so yes you're correct.

24 FPS is enough for a cinematic movie, and you can't compare it to a gaming experience.

I mean for cinematic(ish) vlog (with no talking and only walking, record iconic things, etc), does 30fps is better or 24fps is?

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24fps was (is) the framerate in movies. We are used to see that framerate so we incorporated that with cinema look.

I don't see why you can have 30fps for documentary style footage, as for vlogs it's not the quality that counts it's the story.

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48 minutes ago, Dogggo said:

Does 24fps really make a video seems cinematic or it's just a gimmick? And for 30fps recording camera, can i make the video 4 times faster and it will be 120fps and make it 5 times slower to get smooth and not choppy 24fps?

 

Thank you.

So i dont really understand..you want to make a cinematic slow mo effect by recording the video in 30fps and then make it 4 times faster and then you're gonna slow it down 5 times to get the effect or something?

 

If you didnt then why bother to do that?

Just use either 24/30FPS.. there wouldn't be huge difference.

 


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