posted on Dec, 22 2010 @ 08:46 AM
Originally posted by whipsandchainsamerica
reply to post by Soylent Green Is People
No sir,you are not part of the team because I am. And after asking everyone they all said they do not use ATS.
I'm confused by this response. ATS has teams?
And if you slow down a camera,you get slower than it is actualy happening results.
No. That is incorrect. I'm talking about recording
at fewer frames per second, NOT playing back
at fewer frames per second.
Think of it this way...If I record 8 hours of stuff on a videotape that normally
holds 4 hours of video by slowing the "frames per second" rate
down to 15 frames per second instead of the normal 30, THEN when I take that tape out of the camera and play it back at the normal rate (i.e., play
the tape so it goes from beginning to end in 4 hours), then I would see 8 hours of "action" in a span of 4 hours -- therefore, the action would look
like it was moving twice as fast.
The same concept applies to slow-motion. Those super-slo-mo cameras record at a rate of many MORE frames per second that normal. That's why
slow-motion cameras have the seemingly contradictory name "high speed cameras". The name is not really a contradiction; they are called "high speed
cameras" because the videotape moves a lot faster during the recording
process -- the result being a slow-motion playback.
edit on 12/22/2010 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)