Should I render 59.94 FPS as 60FPS for YouTube?
by John Travolski on May 31, 2015 at 6:17:34 pm
I know that YouTube recently added 60 framed per second as an option for everybody. In the past, I had always converted my footage to 30 FPS, back when that was the highest YouTube accepted. However, my camera films AVCHD (.MTS) video in 59.94 FPS. For YouTube, to make my video in 60FPS, should I render my final video inn 59.94 FPS or in 60 FPS? If both will work, what are the advantages of each, given that the source footage was shot in 59.94 FPS?