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  • #16
    There is not a single software which can nicely interpolate frames in case of <30fps source. There is simply not enough motion captured there.

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    • #17
      I don't think I would place my hopes on software in the field. I wouldn't want to assume that what I shoot will end up artefact free. It's very easy to see when something has been interpolated if it's not spot on.

      But hey, that's me.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by electricpig View Post
        30fps is not a lot for super slow stuff, 50/60/120 is however.
        I used to shoot a lot of 16mm doc footage all at 48fps of normal daily scenes people walking and portraits to take the edge off. It didn't appear so much like slow motion but usually looked better than real time.
        60 to 120fps would be great for these kind of shots. How long does it take per frame to process twixter at 2.5K?

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        • #19
          you know, you could get 120fps at 720p for two hundred dollars with Sony Action Cam

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          • #20
            All depends on your machine of course.

            But I can do a sluggish timeline drag with Nuke and Twixtor on 2k footage with my MacBook Pro.
            Considering what it is doing I find that extremely acceptable. So I suppose about a second or 2 a frame.

            When I started retiming about 14 years ago with Cineon and an SGI box you were looking upto 30mins a frame.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by electricpig View Post
              All depends on your machine of course.

              But I can do a sluggish timeline drag with Nuke and Twixtor on 2k footage with my MacBook Pro.
              Considering what it is doing I find that extremely acceptable. So I suppose about a second or 2 a frame.

              When I started retiming about 14 years ago with Cineon and an SGI box you were looking upto 30mins a frame.
              That's good to know. I have a relatively fast i7 with 16 gigs of ram and let it render 24/7 doing mostly 3dsmax. i haven't used twixtor yet, but saw a lot of kick a$$ demos. Is there a good download to try it out?
              I'm thinking what I want to do is only creating one to four new frames in between what I shoot and from what I've seen going from 60fps to 1000fps looks more like 20 extra frames.

              Thanks

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Abobakr View Post
                you know, you could get 120fps at 720p for two hundred dollars with Sony Action Cam
                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAQDVAtAiik

                OMFG I gotta get one of those!
                Last edited by ROCKMORE; 10-08-2012, 04:22 AM.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by ROCKMORE View Post
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAQDVAtAiik

                  OMFG I gotta get one of those!
                  hehe.. I'm thinking to get one too as well.. It will have its uses!!

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Abobakr View Post
                    It will have its uses!!
                    This will take at least half of GoPro's future market share with one release.

                    Just makes me wonder what Sony has up their sleeve for BMC.

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                    • #25
                      I hope that deep inside blackmagic R&D division they are workig on some sort of higher frame rate mode. It would greatly enhance the possibilities of the BMC camera in the wider advertising/commercial/fashion/music videos world we live in as slow-mo is nowadays the thing. They have shown that they do listen and react rapidly with the M43 mount BMC. I hope they do the same even in a limited time/burst mode if their are overheating concern. I think a 15/30 second 1080p prores mode would be enough in 50/60p. Or even a 5 second 120p mode (dreaming here).

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by ROCKMORE View Post
                        This will take at least half of GoPro's future market share with one release.

                        Just makes me wonder what Sony has up their sleeve for BMC.
                        Gopro has just launched the Hero 3 which has much more than the Sony and they have a certain following as they have revolutionize/pioneer the action cam world. It a bit the same with the BMC. What would be comical is that Sony competes and you see much higher spec into the $ 200/400 action cam than in a $ 5000/10000 camera. BMC and go-pro are just showing (the latest hero 3 has 2.7 k mode and even a 15fps 4k mode) how much those big boys have help up the Camera technology until now.

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                        • #27
                          Hey, from where did you found those videos??? I am on to them from so long..Thank you so much for this...!!!
                          http://www.panaceaco.com

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Abobakr View Post
                            you know, you could get 120fps at 720p for two hundred dollars with Sony Action Cam
                            That actually looks pretty great at that price point. I might just snag one specifically for some diy snorricam shots
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