I’ve been getting more and more into video stuff over the last few years. I understood what frame rate was and how to utilize it to obtain the aesthetics I wanted when I initially started, but I wasn’t doing anything right until maybe late last year. Matt discusses frame rates in this video, as well as some of the reasons why you should use them.
When I initially exported my videos, I observed that they appeared to be highly glitchy or sluggish. After receiving several criticisms from friends, colleagues, and clients, I realized I was a complete novice and began my investigation. I was able to fix my frame rate problem by just learning how to make things more consistent on set and in post. When it comes to video work, there is a lot of competition, but the unfortunate reality is that not everyone knows what they’re doing. Being able to make a clean video is more important than you would think, and if everything is done correctly, the film will seem much better. If you’ve found anything odd with your video work, I’d recommend looking into small details like these in order to produce better work for yourself or your firm in the future.
When it comes to finishing a video production, the frame rate is arguably one of the most important factors to consider. When I initially started shooting real estate videos, my settings were all over the place, and I had no idea what frame rate and shutter speed meant. When I was editing everything in Premiere, I just created a 24fps sequence and dropped all of my videos into it. After a few years, I’m entirely aware of my frame rate and shutter speed in both the camera and the Premiere sequence. I cannot emphasize enough how critical it is to understand this information if you plan to work in the sector. Like you, I had no idea what I was doing at first, and my work deteriorated as a result. Today, I will make certain that this is done correctly at all times.