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#1 of 3 Len Cheong

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Posted June 02 2004 - 05:34 AM

I'm making slideshows and the program allows me to choose a framerate - 29.97 vs 30 or 59.97 vs 60? Could someone explain what the differences are and how .03 makes a difference?
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#2 of 3 Thomas Newton

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Posted June 02 2004 - 05:50 AM

Everyone thinks of NTSC (TV video) as showing 30 interlaced frames (60 every-other-line fields) per second.

However, the actual rate is slightly lower than that. Read the slideshow program's manual and see if it has anything to say.

#3 of 3 Cameron Yee

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Posted June 02 2004 - 09:58 AM

I'm assuming you are using a video editing program and making a video consisting of image files. If you are going to be watching the final product on a standard TV, 29.97.
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