I am making a short film and i don't get the hype of 24p and 30p fps please explain :D
asked Jul 16 '12 at 03:12
24p is a widely adopted for transferring a video to film. When film was used for movies, the video was sent 24 different images per second.
In the US, broadcasters chose 30p for sending video out to television. It can give no interlace artifacts but can introduce judder on image movement and on some camera pans
For that film look, I would probably suggest 24 fps for the film feel
answered Jul 16 '12 at 04:53
Ok let's clear up a few things here. Firstly 24p is NTSC, not PAL. The PAL equivalent is 25p! For NTSC think 24p and 60i and occasionally 30p. For PAL think 25p and 50i! 24p is an NTSC standard but is a widely used frame rate for both American and UK films.
answered Jul 16 '12 at 12:09
in the US use 30p (NTSC)
in the UK use 24p (PAL)
anywhere else... probably 24p
answered Jul 16 '12 at 07:27