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I've produced a video in 50 fps progressive. I am having a hard time getting anyone to actually see it: all popular online video players are artificially capped to 30 fps.

Is there any way I can publish this video without halving the framerate to 25 fps, which looks atrocious due to the fast shutter used?

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I believe that can have 50 fps videos, though the recommended is 25 fps. Here is an upload that says that it is in 50fps. I am not completely sure, so you might have to just end up converting it to 25.

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It looks like it's 25fps. The video was shot in 50fps and then slowed to 25fps. – romkyns Jun 30 '12 at 19:53
Well @romkyns, the only place I could find to upload 50fps videos online is pinkbike, a Mountain Biking site (heh). It specifically says here that it can. Not that you would want to do that.... – SuperFilman Jul 5 '12 at 17:38
Whoa, indeed. I suggest you make that your answer and I'll accept that, since that's the only site I've seen yet (not the best name... but still) – romkyns Jul 5 '12 at 19:50

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