hi everyone,i am a new excited brickfilmer or want to become one actually,but i have no idea about the frames per second thing,i downloaded now so many diferent programms but none seems to be easy.even windows movie maker is a bit jerky all the time,its not smooth and i think it goes only up to 15fps not more.so how do i get 30fps?
i am using a lumix photocamera with 3mpx set.then paste the pics into the movie maker.
i am under time pressure,cause i am working on a movie for a contest which ends february 26. and i have not figured anything out yet.if anyone can explain this to me with the fps i would really appreciate it.
thank you and regards
Didn’t you put this on BiM?
FPS means frames per second.
It is how many frames you’ll need to make one second.
If the fps is high, you will take more pictures than with a low fps.
Monkeyjam lets you import the pictures and you can select 30 fps.
But, i think you should start off with 15 fps – many of the best brickfimers use that.
Try 15fps… You will get bored after a minute…. Also it is very smooth. You do not have to use more than that
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