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fps is an acronym for "frames per second" and is a measurement of the frame rate used in a video file, image sequence, or camera.

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Frames are ignored when importing video into the video editor (Kdenlive, Shotcut)

I have a video downloaded from the Internet. The file properties indicate that the video has 29.75 fps. When I play this video frame by frame using the "E" key in the VLC player, it looks ...
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ffmpeg make 1s of 240fps video from 4s of 60fps?

How can I use ffmpeg to create 1 second of 240fps from every 4 seconds of 60fps video? I see only seen questions asking for the opposite. Background Our drone is only able to capture 60fps, but if we ...
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Upscale before or after doubling framerate?

I use both Topaz AI (to upscale the resolution of the frames) and Flowframes (to double the FPS), but I'm interested in knowing whether the order of these 2 operations will affect the final result if ...
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How to be sure of the FPS needed for any given export?

Sorry, my question is not very well put out but I have trouble understanding my own problem. I'm currently working on a music video project where I need to put green screened actors in a CGI scene. ...
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Is 10 frames a second the lowest h.265 can go?

I produce videos that are mainly audio with some slides as visuals. The slides change about once every 30 seconds, so even at a frame rate of 1fps my video would play smoothly. When I try and export ...
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What FPS should I use for 59.94 footage slowed down?

What I'm doing seems to work but reading conflicting things online has me confused. Right now things I upload go to YouTube or Vimeo. I shoot 29.976 or 59.94 FPS and slow them down to 23.976 in ...
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what the difference between 24/30/60 frames per second in the context of a 7 day/night time lapse video?

So I am looking to record a time lapse video with my used GoPro Hero 7 black that will capture 7 days and nights worth of video of my sprouts under the grow lights, with the final product being a 12 ...
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