Chapter 9 | Videography


As explained in Section 9.1, a video or film consists of a sequence of separate images. The number of images a camera records per second is also called the frame rate or the number of frames per second (fps). Basically, a high frame rate makes for a more fluid image. The best frame rate depends on the type of film you are going to make.

  • 15 fps: calm images, preferably without movement.
  • 24 or 30 fps: filming movement, but the movement is not too fast.
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