View Full Version : Slow Motion with the JVC GY110 or GY200

04-21-2008, 03:47 PM
Well, I purchased the JVC GY110 with teh assumption that I would not or rarly use the 60P option (480p on it or 720p on the GY200 model) but find myself faced with needing to capture football players in slow motion. Now I know the HVX200 would be the ideal camera for this to get slow mo at 24p, but I want to use the gy110 or the gy200. So my question is this: can I shoot at the 60p setting and timestreach the video to 36% and have it play back at 24 fps and be in slow motion. I've tested this and it looks pretty good, but I'm not sure if i'm really seeing the video "slowed down" to 24 fps. I'm not that well versed in the actual MPEG-2 technology to know what i'm doing. Can anyone explaine this to me. Let me know if you need clairfication.:huh:

05-07-2008, 08:03 AM
I just have one question...

Is this camera amazing?

Hunter Hampton
05-07-2008, 10:15 AM
You need to convert the mpeg-2 codec into an I-frame codec, than use cinema tools' conform option to reconform your 60p to 24p.