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|12-13-2012 01:39 PM|
Someone correct me if Iím
Someone correct me if Iím wrong, but I think your problem is the frame rate. For smooth slow motion you want a higher frame rate.
For example, video normally plays at 30fps. If you capture a video at 60fps you can smoothly slow that video down to half the speed. It wonít be jerky. If you capture a video at 120fps, you can now slow the video down 4 times the normal speed and still have it play smooth.
Is that clear as mud?
|12-13-2012 10:54 AM|
Can I butt in Joe?
Also when you reply, I don't know how to make my video's into slow motion, & I don't have any
fancy-dancy applications &/or programmes, so how do I do it on the cheap?
Thanks Joe :love:
|12-13-2012 10:44 AM|
Best settings for biking and action slow motion
I recently bought a silver edition and would like some advice on which settings to use for slow motion. I have protune on and have tried running it in 1080p with 30 fps and 960 at 30fps but the slow motion is choppy and not smooth. Any suggestions?