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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…
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.
“BrikProductions” wrote: 15 frames per second
Most “LEGO FILMERS” Film at 15 FPS.
With 15 FPS You have the best “Work To Pay Off” ratio.
Hope this helped,
I use 20 fps but 15 is what most people use 😎
i don’t know. depends on what you want. I’d say 0.375 works best. :banghead:
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.
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.
But, yeah. I think 15 FPS is the best thing to use.
I use 12, 15, 18, 20, 24 and 30.
But for most 15.
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