Low fps rate with moving images

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Yannis Drici

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Low fps rate with moving images

PostWed Mar 07, 2018 12:03 pm

Hi !

I'm making a sort of animation clip for my band, with artworks to which I insert camera movement so that it feels like we are moving through the artwork.

The problem is that when I make the effect moving fast, the fps rate becomes quite low and the movement is not fluid anymore. I tried to render it to see if it was due to Resolve's "calculation" time, but it isn't, as it's still not fluid after it's exported.

Anyone has an idea how to solve this ?
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostWed Mar 07, 2018 4:33 pm

Update : I changed the clip attributes in the media pull and put it 60 fps but doesn't change anything.
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostWed Mar 07, 2018 5:51 pm

Yannis Drici wrote:Update : I changed the clip attributes in the media pull and put it 60 fps but doesn't change anything.



Hi Yannis

What is your clip's original frame rate? and does it match your Timeline frame rate (in Project Settings)
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostWed Mar 07, 2018 8:29 pm

Original frame rate is 24 ans same for the project settings.
I created a new project to be able to match the project settings with the image settings ( i put it both at 60 fps ), but didn't work.
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostThu Mar 08, 2018 10:42 am

Yannis Drici wrote:I created a new project to be able to match the project settings with the image settings ( i put it both at 60 fps ), but didn't work.


What do you mean by "match the project settings with the image settings" and why 60?
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostThu Mar 08, 2018 5:29 pm

I meant match the timeline settings with the clips settings !
60 fps isn't good ? I thought the more there is frames the more it gets fluid ?
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostFri Mar 09, 2018 3:29 pm

If timeline is 24 and you out a 200 for clip you haven't more smoothness, every nle simply discard 176 frame every second. Smoothness is how you shoot or animate clip, later you could do nothing or less.
Try to study the principle of animation and motion then you can try with motion blur addition from resolve studio and hope is enough to solve your problem

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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostFri Mar 09, 2018 3:33 pm

If you interpret you 24p footage like 60p you have only speed up it. It could be more fluid if you capture and play at 60fps.


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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostFri Mar 09, 2018 6:58 pm

The problem is that it is a picture, not a video, so I might be able to make it fluid no ?
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostFri Mar 09, 2018 10:31 pm

Yannis Drici wrote:The problem is that it is a picture, not a video, so I might be able to make it fluid no ?
Animated pictures?
Please share with us more or is impossible to help you to solve your problem.
Could you upload something?

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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostSat Mar 10, 2018 12:16 pm

Basically it's static images to which I give some basic camera movements to create a dynamic effect for a music animated clip. For example this image, I zoom on it and then put some camera movements from the bottom left to the top left.
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostSat Mar 10, 2018 1:05 pm

Sounds like motion blur is what you're looking for.
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostSat Mar 10, 2018 1:37 pm

Yannis Drici wrote:Basically it's static images to which I give some basic camera movements to create a dynamic effect for a music animated clip. For example this image, I zoom on it and then put some camera movements from the bottom left to the top left.



Like roger said, Motion blur will definitely help but as long as there isn't a Motion Blur OFX in Resolve, I can't think of any way you'd be able to implement one on your moving still, even using 3rd party plugins.

Maybe your animation is too fast? slowing it down would be the other solution to motion blurring it. There is only a given distance a line can travel in 1/24th of a second before it starts flickering (none fluid)
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Re: Low fps rate with moving images

PostSun Mar 11, 2018 11:34 am

Ok then I will just slow it down hahah thanks anyway for your answers :)

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