Is 30 fps a good frame rate?


Is 30 fps a good frame rate?

When you produce video for television, it’s best to stick between 24 and 30fps. This ensures that your videos look realistic and fit what people expect from broadcast television. Live broadcasts, such as news and sports, are almost always shot at 30fps, whereas TV shows and movies are usually shot at 24fps.

Is 60i the same as 30p?

Larry replies: Chris, this is not, ah, completely true. A 60i format shoots 60 fields a second, which get combined into 30 frames a second. Each frame consists of two fields, each 1/60th of a second apart.

What is 60i frame rate?

A 60i video camera recording leads to effective 30 frames per second because 2 fields are required for one full image frame. Since 60i refers to NTSC (color) standard the effective frame rate is actually 29.97 (because the standard used a certain algorithm to get around some issues).

Is 100 FPS good for gaming?

Most gamers agree that, even on 60 Hz monitors, when you’re getting over 100 FPS there is much lower input delay than when your FPS is at 60. Generally, for competitive games, a higher FPS is better because it helps you react faster.

What is the best frame rate for HD videos?

30 FPS
Intro to Video Frame Rates and Frames Per Second Shooting Speeds

24 FPS Film; High Definition Video
30 FPS HD video, early black and white NTSC video
50 FPS PAL; HD video
59.94 FPS HD video with NTSC compatibility
60 FPS HD video

Whats better 1080/30p or 1080 60i?

It really depends on what you are watching on. If you will be watching on a HDTV, which handles 60i properly, you can use 60i. However, if you will be watching on a computer or scaling the video, 30P will definitely be better. Personally – given the choice – I would always choose 30p.