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Musta Klaki
What's a better way to record footage for rendering?
on May 12, 2014 at 3:50:49 am

I thought about this the other day, and I'm stumped.

If you are recording some footage and rending to a 30FPS video, would be it better to record your footage AT 30FPS, or does it not matter?

I figure if you're recording at 55-60 (Jumping between these) and render into 30FPS, it may skip frames as it does now know which 30 out of those 60 to necessarily use.

Just a thought.


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Steve Rhoden
Re: What's a better way to record footage for rendering?
on May 12, 2014 at 8:14:24 am

That's nothing to worry about, if you are recording in say
60fps, you have the leverage of doing some cool slow motion if
there is a need for it, then render out at 30fps flawlessly, you
loose nothing really.

Steve Rhoden
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John Rofrano
Re: What's a better way to record footage for rendering?
on May 12, 2014 at 12:46:34 pm

[Musta Klaki] "If you are recording some footage and rending to a 30FPS video, would be it better to record your footage AT 30FPS, or does it not matter?"
I have always recommended that it's best to record and the same frame rate as your delivery format. This reduces any surprises from frame rate conversions.

~jr

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