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Video cameras usually have frame rates that are pretty well set.


However, I have read in some forums that some smartphone video cameras have frame rates that may vary particularly if the lighting is low.


I'd like to have a quick and easy way to measure the frame rate of any smartphone video camera in existing lighting. Little or no equipment would be desirable. Just verifying that the smartphone video rate was the usual nominal 30 fps or 25 fps might be useful also.
 

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Originally Posted by Chas Tennis  /t/1523246/easiest-way-to-test-the-frame-rate-preferably-with-no-equipment#post_24501533


Video cameras usually have frame rates that are pretty well set.


However, I have read in some forums that some smartphone video cameras have frame rates that may vary particularly if the lighting is low.


I'd like to have a quick and easy way to measure the frame rate of any smartphone video camera in existing lighting. Little or no equipment would be desirable. Just verifying that the smartphone video rate was the usual nominal 30 fps or 25 fps might be useful also.

Maybe take a clip, put it in your computer and check it with "MediaInfo"?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaInfo

http://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo


"GSpot" is another common choice. I have and use Mediainfo and never tried GSpot.
 
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