My Moto G can record videos at 60 fps and then play them back at 15 fps for a slow motion effect. It’s a nice feature to have, but the results are very jerky, since its only 15 fps and there isn’t any option to record videos at 60 fps, it always convert the videos to 15 fps after recording. Anyways, I just want to know if I can record my videos at 60 fps? Is there any app that can do that or any other method? Thank you.
I think you missed his point.
Supposedly when capturing slowmotion video, the moto G captures at 60fps. To achieve slowmotion (half speed) video from 60fps, you'd simply halve the framerate and end up with 30fps slowmo. However, the Moto G only saves slowmo at 15fps.
This means the camera or phone is throwing away half of the frames.
What makes you think that its 15fps?
The slow motion effect is caused exactly by the fact that the video is captured at 60 fps and then played back at 30fps.
If you use the video with some more advanced video player like mpchc, you can set the playback ratio to 2x and it will result in normal 30fps playback.
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