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  • Hey guys what are some things you would love to learn in the future????

  • Made a very similar video on my channel MaximBayarskyTv

  • Very nice presentation–thank you. My understanding is that 24fps is about the maximum that the brain can handle because the optic nerve actually samples the visual input to the eye and sends the data to the visual cortex for processing in bursts. In the midst of a crisis–such as while having an automobile accident–adrenaline temporarily alters the sampling rate and we feel as if we're seeing things in slow motion. It's because the sampling rate has increased.

  • Can you help me create a flat color profile for a t7i??

  • Your explanation that the brain cannot process more than 24 fps is an urban myth without any scientific backing. The brain doesn't "see" or processes images based on "frames" – otherwise you would have to blink 24 times/second just to emulate that. The image composed by the brain is generated in the retina, and is based on the electrical impulses continuously emitted by the photoreceptors located there. 24 fps was chosen as the lowest frame rate at which the brain could interpolate between two consecutive frames so it will generate blur and the combination of a sequence of stills can be perceived as a continuous movement, while also keeping the filming costs as low as possible.

  • lol your brain can handle way more than 24 fps but okay, 24 fps just has the most natural motion blur.

  • 60 frames per sec can cure cancer.

  • The 24fps standard also has to do with sound and how it was able to sync with the picture. I think they said 48fps looked the most realistic but because it was film and back in the day the cut it in half to 24fps.

    Now 24fps is the look we are all used to. Also, I think 24fps looks the best. 😉

    For TV the sound sync and the frame rate had to do with the electric cycle 60hz North America (others too I think) 29.97fps NTSC 50hz Europe 25fps PAL.

  • Flat Image as possible isn't always the best choice as you're using a 4:2:0 8-bit camera.
    When you lower the shadows and the contrast the image tends to pixelate and create noise when it shouln't exist.

  • I have a Canon Legria HF R706. I'm trying to get the BEST results from it!

  • Ironically, the 1D II does not have Auto shooting mode :J

  • Does it matter what camera you use for short films and projects

  • The human brain can individually distinguish up to 14 images per second and anything more is seen as continuous movement. This is called "The persistence of vision". 24 frames per second was chosen because it is the lowest speed for smooth movement and only if the shutter speed is a fiftieth of a second or 180 degrees of a rotating shutter. There is no upper limit as this video suggests. The higher the shooting-playback rate, the smoother the motion, however, we are used to 24 and that is why it is cinematic.(ask Peter Jackson). 30 and 60 frames per second comes from television with interlaced images that were the same as the alternating current frequency. (50 in Europe).

  • 60 fps is not that famous but hate to watch action movies with fast paced scenes and see the blurred background jumpy when the camera move to another point of interest. 60fps has definetly its place in storytelling.

  • video waayyy to long just post settings in description

  • This is the channel that I'm looking for. I learned so many things about filmmaking and I thank you so much! This is my dream and I hope to be good as you someday.

  • Nice tutorial but you really shouldn't crop video every 1.5 second. It looks horrible

  • What profile would you recommend for the mavic?

  • The 48fps frame rate is so each eye can have its own 24fps film. The glasses are polarized 90 degrees and every other frame on the film is too. you only see one eye at a time but its at 24 fps so you don't notice. same for 120hz Tv is for 3d glasses. 2 60hz signals intertwined. =)

  • That background behind you where did you get it?

  • What are your thoughts on Cinestyle?

  • Question – if your camera doesn't have a log profile but instead you just dial back the contrast and saturation etc when it comes to LUTS would you then use the LOG version or do you still use the REC709 versions? Thanks

  • I'm not trying to discredit you but I think it's cool that you and Peter McKinnon are so alike 😉

  • Maaaan, that was one hobbit movie that looked HORRIBLE, always wondered what that was!!! thank you! the whole knowledge was great but was in the back of my mind for so long lol

  • Hey Matti, I love your channel man, I find it really helpful! One question: when I go travelling and filming, for some shots I will want slow motion but some others I will want normal speed but I won't necessarily know which shots I will want in slow mo until I'm editing in post back home. Do you think it would be better to just always film in 60fps at 1/120th so that I have the flexibility when I get home or should I try constantly changing the settings and try and plan which footage I will want in slow motion? I just don't want to get home, realise I filmed in 24 or 30fps on some shots where it would have been nice to slow it down?

  • Is this a full frame?

  • Thanks for your videos. Subbed.

  • This guy has an interesting accent. Mainly American but with some Canadian …the way he says 'abowt', but there is some subtle Scandinavianin there too, almost identical to the youtube film reviewer 'Impression Blend'.

  • I’m shooting a music video and I want to slowmo the intro part but when I filmed using 24fps and then slowed it down in adobe premier I was getting a weird glitch in the bottom corners so I tried to film it in 60fps which fixed the problem, just curious to what other people would suggest filming something like that in?

  • The reason why Cameron and Jackson trying too establish HFR (48fps) in cinema is that they want it more "realistic". And honestly it is more realistic. When you are moving your head to left and right, you will never see such a motion blur like in a 24fps Movie. When i startet to realise, that playing my movies in higher frame rates makes them really sharp even when moving the camera, i always had a headache. Anyway, 24p is not more realistic and is also not the maximum our brain can handle, but 24p is what we learned since 100 years in Cinema. At the end I came back to 24p, cause now I love the Motion Blur:-)))))

  • Nonooooo the brain can process more than that. Upto 120fps

  • One thing is cinematic, and one other different thing is GAMING or 3D animation… most 3D movies are rendered at 60fps but slowed down to 24fps during post procesing for cinema… on video making 24fps gives the most good quality feeling on the big screen that 30 o 60fps, and you can notice it when you had time to play with a big movie proyector and play some 60fps content in it… you just feel sick and confused with higher framerates… 48fps on the hobbit was totally weird experience… for gaming i still preffer 75fps+ because at higher fps the frame to frame latency is lower and it feels much better with you move the in game motion… hope you learned something from my text and experience, chers.

  • I have had good experience capturing fast moving objects in 60FPS and then scale it down to 24FPS during the editing of the shot. If I captured the same scene in 24FPS, it didn't look good at all.

  • It's not that brain can't handle more than 24 Frames..It's more like 24 Frames is minimum number of frames for smooth movement.

  • Nope 24 was because old film was like that
    60 is realistic but not cinematic

  • how much gh5 vido did end up in peter's vlog if any

  • Really nice video! Helped me a lot. Quick thing: It always looked like you were about to hit your lens closest to you and I always had a little bit of OCD that it was too close to you. Just saying. It kinda distracted me. 😂😂


  • From what I researched, 24fps was originally used to save money during the recession in the 30's. They discovered that 24fps was the slowest they could go without losing the natural look and it just became the standard!

  • When you say convert it to 24 if you film in 50 or 60, you don't mean like in the cam. I tried that and the photo sucked.

  • dude u are so damn repetitive, cut it off just a lot of noisy video. makes it boring

  • @Matti Haapoja i think the problem with 24fps (and that is why 60fps looks smoother) ist that the moment when your eye is "taking" a picture and the moment when the screen "sends" a picture arent allways the same
    same as playing on a PC with 120fps but a 60Hz Screen. The screen wants to send a picture but the pc is not sending one. That problem or better to say its less often the case that this happens so we think the video is smother
    hope my bad English is understandable

  • Your videos as well as Peters are like BUTTER.

  • my brain can process 30fps

  • Go screw yourself, we can see more then 24fps Lmao! Why do you think us gamers care about 144fps?

  • So what's happening with your video when you play it back on a television set? Television sets are playing it back or most of them are at 30 p so I when you shoot a video at 24p is it faking some frames in there in order to come up with their 30p And if you know that your intended audience is going to be watching it on a television set…. it would you not just shoot it at 30 P to start with?

  • Now when you say conform it to 24 FPS are you saying I can shoot all my videos in 60 FPS then in premiere for the settings of the project set it to 24 FPS?Also, what FPS do you vlog and shoot B-roll with?

  • Your videos are so so helpful.

  • when i mix it up in one scene, means slow motion and fast or double speed parts, should i film with 60 fps right ?

  • Really well made intro but it’s cliché af lmao

  • Автор очень сильно путает частоту кадров при съёмке и частоту кадров в обработанном готовом клипе (видеоролике). Да 24 кадра в секунду комфортнее для зрителя поэтому готовое видео лучше делать именно в 24 кадра в секунду но исходники лучше всё таки делать с частотой кадров побольше.

  • So do you take pictures in neutral or the Flat profile s-Log?

  • If the brain can only process 24 fps how can you differ between 24 fps and 60 fps as you said? You literally just said that your brain can handle the "Soap Opera" affect you just described. I shoot in 60fps or higher it helps a lot with post production and having wiggle room to edit then I export it in 24 or 30fps there is absolutely no reason to restrict yourself to 24fps. Same thing goes for shooting in 8K the ability to downscale makes it look so much better even if it is not necessary.

  • @mattih so should I shoot 24fps if i'm trying to do slow mo? Thx !

  • So informative. Thanks a lot

  • Sorry but I have to correct you on the frame rate. The only reason 24 is a rate they shoot film in, is because film is expensive. 24 frame per second is the slowest they can shoot and still have smooth motion. The frame rate has nothing to do with film look. At best, shoot in 24 if you want to transfer to film after editing for distribution.
    People have shot film in higher frame rates and it does change to look.
    For example, all films were changed to 29.97 frame rate for TV (broadcast or DV). It doesn’t automatically change the look to “video”.
    The only other good reasons for shooting in 24 is for smaller file size. Plus a camera has to work harder to shoot more frames in a second. With larger sensors and more bits per second for each frame, shooting 24 is easier than shooting 30.

  • didn’t even go over f stop lol

  • #MattiHaapoja You seem to have enraged quite a few people with your 24phs comments. Isn't it possible that due to historic technical limitations Hollywood got us used to 24fps regardless our brain capabilities?

  • Why u put a review in the middle of a tutorial? Lol I have to stop the video in the middle. 😅

  • Matti and Peter. You guys are great to watch. I have seen just about every video you made and thoroughly enjoyed watching them. I also learned a lot. Thanks. I am 78 and a beginner at video but will improve thanks to your efforts.

  • What if you film everything at 120p and you want to export it at 24p but you don't want to slow it down. Would it be noticeable that it was not filmed at 24?

  • Always Helpful Matti!!!!

  • Those cameras 😍😍😍😍

  • This video is really helpful need to learn snout settings 😁😁

  • Entire video's content can be condensed into about 10 seconds:
    2:14 FPS setting, 24p
    5:03 Color profile, use flat

    The rest is an empty blabber

  • 'The brain can only process 24 fps' what a ridiculous untrue statement, usualy love your videos but you may need to school yourself on this one

  • "The USAF, in testing their pilots for visual response time, used a simple test to see if the pilots could distinguish small changes in light. In their experiment a picture of an aircraft was flashed on a screen in a dark room at 1/220th of a second. Pilots were consistently able to "see" the afterimage as well as identify the aircraft. This simple and specific situation not only proves the ability to percieve 1 image within 1/220 of a second, but the ability to interpret higher FPS."
    24fps has absolute no basis in scientific research.

  • In your response to one of the comments, you say that the eye can distinguish between 24 and 60 fps, but the brain cannot process more than approximately 20. This is self-contradictory. If the "eye" can see a difference, then the brain is processing the two perceptions differently. To suggest otherwise is wholly illogical. Please note, you need to explain what the processing differences actually are, else the claim is self-evidently wrong.

  • anyone notice how he has a Sony but using a canon lens cap lol

  • so sleepy to watch it….

  • I think that the human eye can only see 24fps when it comes to motion and the blur it creates. However, when looking at a screen where the LEDs just change their color, there isn't much movement at all. That's why we can tell the difference between a 24fps video and a 120fps video. That's just what I think though. Feel free to correct me 🙂

  • I'd say it's more of balance between cost and quality back in film era. Also making 24fps gives you dream like/illusion and sense of story. Which we call Cinematic look.

  • Whenever I record in 24fps it looks insanely jittery. Even if I am barely moving the camera. I have a Canon SL2. Idk if the camera is the reason or what, but why does it look so horrible?

  • Your video is dark

  • I thought they went with 24 back in the day because it was the lowest you could shoot in while still looking smooth to save money back when they used actual film.

  • Your explanation about the 24 fps and what the brain "sees" is absolute nonsense. It was just for economy and then we got used to it.

  • thanks for the tutorial ….ok …i got it …i need to change my setting to 24 fps and log for my youtube cooking videos ..thanks!

  • Video starts at 2:02

  • Which watch are you wearing?

  • Take a shot every time he says “24 frames”.

  • Take a shot every time he says “24 frames per second”

  • Canon's cap on Sony camera….. Nice 😂

  • I turn off "Sharpness" or "Detail" so as to avoid that clinical video look. Fine for News cameras. It comes from the old days when TV needed a deep depth of field as a best practice.

  • speed 1.25

  • You talked about 24 frame rate for like 15 min sir… same information over and over again

  • New sub off this video alone. Great stuff! Looking forward to learning more. 🔥🐼🎥📷

  • I downloaded and installed a c-log type profile for my 1DX MKII. Have you ever played around with something like this with the 1DX MKII? Would you recommend staying with that or just using the neutral profile and flatten it? Thanks

  • Odd random long ass commercial there starting at @7:18

  • Dude, the human eye can see 60fps just fine, that's just a old fake af myth


  • what lens will be perfect for getting most cinematic look.

  • but in one of your other videos you said they used 24fps in the film industry to save money on film while making the movie look good

  • So if you've got 23.98, 24 vs 25 (which seem like nuances), what do you go for?

  • Hey Matti, I have got a question. Which aperture should I choose if I want to shoot landscape? I don't want the background to be blurred,I need a high depth of field. This means I need higher values like f 5-8 right? Greetz

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  • I can't believe the Canon sl3 dropped 1080p 24fps… wth! It has 4k 24fps… the sl2 has 1080p 24fps… Why not include 1080p 24fps, I hope they fix this in a firmware update. I have both cameras and shoot most my stuff in 1080p 24fps. I wanted the addition of 4k to do some 1080 down scaling for pans and zooms, but to not be able to shoot 1080 24fps on my second camera really hinders things.

  • Can i shoot 24fps and slowmo the footage?

  • I shot on the T3i and I always shot in 24 fps!

  • You need to educate matt Alonso the Music video director about Frame rates

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