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I'm creating my first Photo Essay for a competition at my camera club. Unfortunately, they have not provided much detail on the dimensions for submitting the video. The clubs standard size for still image competitions submissions is 1920x1080. My thoughts/questions are: I think I should export my still images, to be loaded into PhotoStage, in 1920x1080. Will this size be respected in PhotoStage or will it be downsized? I am thinking I should export 1920x1080 HD as the judges will be reviewing them on their own computers. Is this a correct assumption? Export as MP4. Is there a better/common type that does not use compression? I have no idea what to choose for frame rate? Default seems to be Variable 14.985 to 29.970. Is this something I need to play with based on aspects like transitions? Thanks for any pointers. I use LightRoom for my images.
Hello! I am having some trouble finding the option to adjust the framerate at which the software previews clips and sequences. I have used an older version of videopad in the past and the UI has obviously changed since then. Currently, the preview window is displaying clips at a framerate noticeably lower than 60FPS. While this no doubt improves the speed at which the software renders previews, I would prefer to have a more accurate representation of the final export while editing. Searching for existing solutions to my problem has only lead me to examples of how to adjust the framerate at which the software exports a finished project, which I am already aware of. Thanks in advance.
I am doing a full screen capture. The playback directly from capture appears more like a time-lapse. I have the Debut capture frame rate set at 24 FPS but my editing software says it is 12 FPS, and the playback seems to bear this out with slow, choppy video. My editor is set at 24FPS will not go below 24, so I cannot set the project to match the clips (captured from streamed broadcast TV). Other capture software does not have this issue What are my options here, if any? Thanks