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1080p60 will give better temporal resolution, which is key for tracking details that move within the scene. If the scene is ridiculously simple, such as if the only object moving at all is a Mac … shooting a half-speed move at 30fps as you can a full-speed move at 60fps. In that case, shooting at 4K will give you greater spatial resolution than 1080p. In the normal case, temporal, not spatial, resolution is the big bug-a-boo for object tracking. …
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High-end sports productions have cameras that can pan, tilt, and zoom their way to tracking a golf ball when driven 300+ yards off a tee. Such systems are well beyond the budgets of typical user … open source software Blender has motion-tracking software that can effectively steady a camera around the subject of interest (your speaker). But you should check that it has the video codec support …
answered Apr 7 '16 by Michael Tiemann