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IkemanTX 09-22-2018 02:29 PM

Filming frame rates...
So I am toying around with the idea of doing some filming of my scouting/hunts in 2019 and kind of wanted to bounce some ideas off guys that may have some experience.

A vast majority of my filming will be done on my IPhone Xs Max for convenience, price, and pack-ability reasons. I already have it, it has really nice cameras on it, it has access to a LOT of third party software to control all kinds of the filming aspect... no sense buying a dedicated camera at this point just for filming scouting/hinting.

I really like the cinematic quality of shooting in 24p but but I am having problems with it looking jittery any time I pan a shot. I donít know if it stems from the optical image stabilization native in the iPhone, or if you really just canít pan with any speed while using that low of a frame rate. I know 30p or 60p would be an easy switch, but the overall look afterwards just isnít as polished or professional looking.

Anyone have any recommendations for me?

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IkemanTX 09-22-2018 02:33 PM

For reference, I am using the native app and Iím not entirely sure that it is rendered in 24p or if it is still shot in 30p and pulled down to 24... I know that can definitely cause jittery ness if that is the case.

I will eventually get a third party app to do my filming in (currently looking at filmic pro) and I know for sure the video in that app is recorded in exactly whatever format you tell it, no pull down and no extrapolation. That alone may solve my problem.

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