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This is why your camera shoots 29.97fps (not 30fps) and why it doesn’t really matter any more

If you’re not dealing with broadcast, and you’re simply uploading to YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, etc. then I’ll save you some time. You don’t have to stick with 29.97 framerate. It’s old, it’s obsolete, it’s no longer technically relevant, shoot and play back at whatever framerate you like. If you want to delve a little deeper [...] The post This is why your camera shoots 29.
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