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Shooting GH4 60fps (slow motion) Normal speed playback in PD17?
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MrPadded [Avatar]
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Please help me out here. I'm trying to increase my frame rate for some faster shots. So I have my GH4 set at 60fps. I would assume going to setup user preferences and picking 60fps would mean that the playback would be normal speed (and not slow motion) but I'm wrong it's still in slow motion.

Can someone help me out here?

How do I get the 60fps to playback at normal speed without having to adjust the speed adjustment manually which will be hit and miss?
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Setting your frame rate doesn't affect how quickly your video plays. Frame rate is just the number of frames per second.

A 60 fps video plays at the same speed whether it's loaded into a project set up for 30 fps or 60 fps. At 60 fps, you just get more frames each second -- which can add clarity if you're shooting lots of action or movement.

What are your project settings?

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hi
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Quote Please help me out here. I'm trying to increase my frame rate for some faster shots. So I have my GH4 set at 60fps. I would assume going to setup user preferences and picking 60fps would mean that the playback would be normal speed (and not slow motion) but I'm wrong it's still in slow motion.

Can someone help me out here?

How do I get the 60fps to playback at normal speed without having to adjust the speed adjustment manually which will be hit and miss?


If you recorded a video at 60 FPS it should play smoothly on any player and on PD as well.
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