Shooting slow motion video

If you want fast or slow motion in your video, you have two choices: you can adjust the speed in your editor, which can produce interpolation artifacts, or you can adjust the frames per second captured by your camcorder, which should deliver higher quality. If you choose the latter approach, there are three components to consider: camcorder settings, editor settings, and the craft. In this issue of HD Insider, I'll discuss the theory behind using fast- and slow-motion on the camcorder side; next time, I'll detail the editor side, discussing both Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro.

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