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#1 Daniel Madsen

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 11:43 AM

I will be shooting a music video and want to achieve that ?other worldly quality? by shooting the action at a slightly higher speed (32fps) while having the artist lip sync to sped up music.

Firstly, I would like to confirm that at 32fps playback will have to be sped up by 133%. Have you guys tried other speeds besides 32fps and with what degree of success? If you have a link to your work demonstrating this technique that would be great. I need to explain the concept to a director and a sample would make my job easier (I know samples are everywhere).

I will be shooting on HDV so when I said I will be shooting it at 32fps, that was a lie- rather I?ll just do that de interlace high speed trick through my editing platform. Do you foresee doom with this technique?
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#2 Cody Bradley

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 02:03 PM

I need to explain the concept to a director and a sample would make my job easier (I know samples are everywhere).



The Golden Dogs did this in their video for Construction Worker. There is a better quality version on the web somewhere but I can't seem to find it.

It's towards the end of the song.


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#3 Ronney Ross

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Posted 19 October 2008 - 12:29 AM

shooting 32fps would give slowmo but you want to have artist sync to fast play music(chipmunks) not a pro but that dosen't seem like it will work. If you saying your undercranking and have a ramped up look check 8ball and MJG's (pimp hard) video from a few years back. Its on youtube.
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