Poll: What FPS do you shoot at?

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  • #381536
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    ahnt
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    Well depends.

    Walk or talk is 12fps, but fight or action scenes I sometimes do in 24 fps.
    For individuality I used 15fps, but the problem with 15 is that there is no good walkcycle that has two steps in one second in 15 frames…

    Cheers Arend

    #381539
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    Daragh
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    20 For me, It suits me the best.

    #381548
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    30fps, I do it that high because its CG lol

    #381585
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    jimmybob
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    20-24 depending on the shot.

    #381616
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    Errol
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    “Alkami” wrote: Those who refuse to animate above 15 fps; GIVE 25 FPS A TRY! Its great!

    Give it a try, but don’t feel you need to film at 25 fps. 15 is probably good for almost anything you need to do.

    #381752
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    I just film at 15 FPS

    #381764
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    WA
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    I did a test at 100, I just moved a brick across the desk, you don’t really need it that high. over 30 it all looks the same.

    could someone PM me the dirctions or link to the LDF?

    #381777
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    Eh, I’ve mostly shot at 15 FPS, but 12 is still very acceptable, as well as being the standard for major stop motion animated films (isn’t it? 24 fps on twos and occasionally on 1s for action sequences).

    Culd some1 pm me the link to tha LDF forum ppLZ.

    #381795
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    The frozen brick
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    i shoot at 15 fps

    #381826
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    “Alkami” wrote: Those who refuse to animate above 15 fps; GIVE 25 FPS A TRY! Its great!

    -A-

    Yep. I’m sure it;s wonderful. I’m also sure it takes about twice as long. And I’m also sure walk cycles are hard at 25 fps.

    -Leo, who generally films at about 15 fps.

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