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Patrick Corr
60FPS Slow motion and Vimeo
on Aug 15, 2014 at 12:53:22 pm

Hey all! I found this great thread which explained some useful information regarding slo-mo and the use of 60fps.

http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/280/8502

However, I was wondering, how do I actually upload footage done at slow motion 60fps 1/1000 shutter speed on the likes of Vimeo etc. As far as I'm aware, they cap footage at 30? Does anyone have any good workflow tips for getting 60fps online with good quality? Thanks a lot!

I use a Canon 700D, and Adobe Premiere :)


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Jim Tierney
Re: 60FPS Slow motion and Vimeo
on Sep 30, 2014 at 5:35:39 am

If you want it to play as slow motion, then you want it to play back at 30fps. If it plays back at 60fps then it'll be realtime and not slow. If it plays at 30fps then it'll be 50% slower.

If you shoot at at 60fps (or 120, 240, whatever) you want the video to be 30fps (or 24fps). when you import it into Premiere it should come in as 30fps. If it doesn't, you can go to 'Interpret Footage...' and tell it that it should be 30fps (or 29.97).

cheers,
Jim Tierney
Digital Anarchy
http://www.digitalanarchy.com

Developers of the Beauty Box Video and Flicker Free plugins.


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Patrick Corr
Re: 60FPS Slow motion and Vimeo
on Dec 23, 2014 at 12:58:38 pm

Long overdue, but thanks for the help Jim :)


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