Preferred FPS

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  • #422475 Reply

    Great insights, you guys!

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    Josh Bloomer
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    Forrestfire101 uses 15 FPS for his most recent videos, and it turns out very smooth.

    #433396 Reply

    No waaaaay, man, no way!

    It sounds like you’ve never tried doing it yourself in 15 fps.

    Forrest is definitely using framerate ABOVED 24 or like that.
    That’s why its so smooth

    #433457 Reply

    I use 15 fps.

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    R.D. Clemens
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    I use 15 fps, with a little work it can be very smooth, takes a whole load less time than 24.

    #433540 Reply

    15 fps seems to be the most popular and time efficient!

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    ed pierce
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    I’m still a newbie and I learned at 24 fps which I have heard is difficult but it’s really all I know so I don’t mind it at all and I have been told that my preliminary work doesn’t look amateur at all which is more of a compliment to the technology than my skill. :)

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    Anna C.
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    24 fps is ideal, but since when I do that my hand feels like they’re falling out of my arms, I do 15 fps

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    Mark Mejia
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    Some guys also shoot at 15fps and then convert to 24fps in post.

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    Anna C.
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    Hi Mark. How can you convert 15 fps to 24 fps? Do some frames need to be repeated?

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