Question about Sony Handycam DCR-VX2100 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
There is no ONE setting for the three areas you stated, However, if you want the object/event/action seen in slow motion you can among other things: A) Over crank the recording speed during recording. B) Record at standard speed and slow the motion in editing. C) Add more ram and upgrade your NLE and compatible video card.
What ever you decide, make sure you have plenty of light facing the subject if possible.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Adjust the frame rate
in a converter will not give you a slow motion. The tools I know can do this is
Cinema tools, it can confirm your 60P file to 30P slow motion. But you can't
import MXF directly into Cinema tools as it only supports ProRes codec. So you
can use Pavtube MXF converter for Mac to convert the MXF to Cinema tools format
and keep the original frame rate, then import the ProRes file into Cinema tools
You can download a
trail version from below.
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