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  • #411656

    Xzibit
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    Hey I am back…its been like 2 years, anyways i want to know what the best frames per second is in most lego animation. Thanks and please give me some advice…

    Thanks

    Xzibit

    #411658

    Anonymous

    15 frames per second is pretty much the norm. Anything around 6fps is to shoddy and anything around 24fps is to much work just for a hobby. 15fps is the in between but still looks great.

    #411674

    roRyL
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    “BrikProductions” wrote: 15 frames per second

    #411681

    legofilmer96
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    Hello Xzibit,

    Most “LEGO FILMERS” Film at 15 FPS.

    With 15 FPS You have the best “Work To Pay Off” ratio.

    Hope this helped,
    `legofilmer96

    #411906

    masterflux1
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    I use 20 fps but 15 is what most people use 😎

    #412366

    JWclonegun
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    i don’t know. depends on what you want. I’d say 0.375 works best. :banghead:

    #412433

    Anonymous

    I would say 15 frames per second. I first did with 8, and it didn’t look smooth enough. Then i tried 10 and it wasn’t smooth enough too. So i would say 15 is good.

    #412437

    Anonymous

    I use 30. It is VERY smooth. 15 is for when the minifig is walking, and 30 would be for like when their running, or when a car is running down a road. 30 is a good way to use very smooth animation.

    #412495

    Anonymous

    But, yeah. I think 15 FPS is the best thing to use.

    #412742

    Anonymous

    Depends.
    I use 12, 15, 18, 20, 24 and 30.
    But for most 15.

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