Preferred FPS

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  • #421243 Reply

    What’s your favorite FPS in capturing/editing brickfilms?

    #421254 Reply

    Most of the videos I’ve seen run their stop motion smoothly, which is a nice pace.

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    15 or so; it’s a little jerky, but if the animation is done well, it can be amazingly smooth without all the work of 20 or 30 fps.

    #421531 Reply

    Film is made 24FPS, the magic number they say. I wonder if it has the same effect with stop motion.

    #422141 Reply

    Most of the times i use 24 FPS. It is the best frame rate for walking and for other movements. But I once watched a behind the scenes video from ForestFire101 and he said that he uses 30 FPS for fighting scenes and stuff like that.

    But for nice looking and not that time consuming operations – 24 is the best. Or about 24
    There is a difference between 23,97, 24 and 25, but its quite small

    #422240 Reply

    I believe TV uses 30fps, that’s why it has a smoother effect than on movies. Could be the same for stop motion.

    I agree that 24fps is less time consuming!

    #422250 Reply

    TV shows are filmed in 48 fps, so it gives them that realistic look. All the movies go with 24 or 23,97 fps.
    I’m not really sure about news programs

    #422265 Reply

    15 FPS. I use that.

    #422310 Reply

    Awesome.

    #422355 Reply
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    I sometimes change it for different films. Experiment and see what fits your film best :)

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