Ok, I googled a little, and learned you should use different speeds (fps) to capture different Things. Walking People, use 50 of 60 fps. People and animals running, 100 or 120 fps, and faster sports and stuff, 240 fps and so on.
So thats good, but my question to you still stands. Actually if you record always lets say in 50 or 60 fps, and then just want to have it display at normal speeds, then you would have to speed up the footage I Guess, and that may not be so easy to get correct in LumaFusion?
[UPDATE]: I just thought of you also have audio, if you record in 50 or 60 fps, and then slow it down to 25 or 30 fps, what happens to the audio then?
The audio is probably not synced anymore, and I would end up With a range of problems?
Anyone With experience With these Things?
There’s no rules to how many frames per second you should use for different scenes or subjects, at least in my book. Use the frame rate according to what kind of look you want to your video. Cinema is usually 24fps, TV is usually 25-30fps and sports is usually 50-60fps.
If you drop a 50fps clip on the timeline it will displayed in real time, 50 frames per second. If you want it in slow motion you’ll have to go in to clip properties and select, for example, 1/2 speed. It will then play in 25 frames per second, or 50% slow motion.
Audio of clips converted to slow motion will also be played in slow motion. Hello will become hhheeeelllloooo
Unless you separate the audio from the video clip before converting it to slow motion, but then the audio and video will become out of sync.
Did that makes sense? I’m no teacher, that’s for sure.