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Slow Motion on JVC HD200 - How?


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#1 kalkarman

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Posted 13 November 2007 - 05:39 PM

Forgive me, i've been through the manual and every setting on the JVCHD200, and I just can't seem to figure out how to get slow-motion out of the thing.

I'm in europe, so I shoot at 25P. I see I can also shoot in 50P, but it's escaping me what the practical use would be of that.

I've tested at 50P, but fail to see results in slow-mo.

If you can run me through the buttons to press, i'd appreciate it.

Best,

Kal
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#2 Tavin Charapitak

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 12:34 AM

I've tested at 50P, but fail to see results in slow-mo.

If you can run me through the buttons to press, i'd appreciate it.

Best,

Kal
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At what rate did you set the playback to?
IF you set the camera to shoot at 50p and set the playback to 24p it should be in slowmo.
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#3 Michael Nash

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 03:44 AM

I don't think the camera will play back different frame rates in camera, only at the same frame rate you shot the material. As far as I know you have to shoot the material 50P and create at 24P timeline in post.

In addition to overcranking for slow-mo, you would shoot 50P if you wanted to create 50i material. In post the progressive frames get converted to interlaced fields.
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