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RadicalRick

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I can't find any apps that record at 300 fps though
Interesting? I have quite a few apps that record. Maybe one of them just might record at a high fps. I'll check. But you do know that there's a limit on how big of a file that can be uploaded here right? Maybe I'll jump out of a plane without a parachute 5 miles up (according to Mark Rober of YouTube) while filming and solving a cube at 300 FPS!
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Interesting? I have quite a few apps that record. Maybe one of them just might record at a high fps. I'll check. But you do know that there's a limit on how big of a file that can be uploaded here right? Maybe I'll jump out of a plane without a parachute 5 miles up (according to Mark Rober of YouTube) while filming and solving a cube at 300 FPS!
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It was a joke because there are practically no displays that can show 300 Hz (consumer grade monitors usually stop at 240 Hz). And you would need special equipment to record at that FPS. However, my point was taking an ordinary 30 fps video and producing a 10x 300 fps video would be trivial with a tool like ffmpeg.

And the obvious solution if you do slo-mo is to play it back in slow motion and put it on Youtube. But CubeHead has you beat on that one.
 

RadicalRick

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It was a joke because there are practically no displays that can show 300 Hz (consumer grade monitors usually stop at 240 Hz). And you would need special equipment to record at that FPS. However, my point was taking an ordinary 30 fps video and producing a 10x 300 fps video would be trivial with a tool like ffmpeg.

And the obvious solution if you do slo-mo is to play it back in slow motion and put it on Youtube. But CubeHead has you beat on that one.
Sir, we can record at 1 million FPS if we have the proper equipment such as a Phantom TMX 5010. And any computer no matter what Hz you are running at can view it. That's how you see super slow-mo stuff such as a bullet leaving a gun or a ballon bursting in slow-mo. Computer recordings are usually best at 30 FPS. Viewing and recording are two different things. Here's a clip of a bullet leaving at 1 million fps. And no matter how old your computer is you can view it.
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