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blueapplepiedude
08-08-2016, 08:11 AM
Hey 120hz forum users! I made a 120fps video using an HTC One M7 and ffmpeg with this command line:

ffmpeg -i slowmo120.mp4 -r 120 -vf "setpts=(1/4)*PTS" -an realtime120.mp4

Webpage URL (no download) (https://6d250501a33f0c974c7704390c5b6cee480fe8e7-www.googledrive.com/host/0B8tAKPQToHgEN0IyUXFfWUI3SG8)
You may have to reload the page for it to get past the 502 error.

Please reply and tell me if it worked for you!

HyperMatrix
08-08-2016, 03:38 PM
Hey 120hz forum users! I made a 120fps video using an HTC One M7 and ffmpeg with this command line:

ffmpeg -i slowmo120.mp4 -r 120 -vf "setpts=(1/4)*PTS" -an realtime120.mp4

Webpage URL (no download) (https://6d250501a33f0c974c7704390c5b6cee480fe8e7-www.googledrive.com/host/0B8tAKPQToHgEN0IyUXFfWUI3SG8)
You may have to reload the page for it to get past the 502 error.

Please reply and tell me if it worked for you!

Hey. Tested with both Microsoft Edge and Chrome. Both play the video just fine. :) The video didn't quite look as smooth as I would have expected for 120fps so I downloaded it and video data shows it is indeed set to play at 120fps, so the smoothness may just be based on the way the HTC One M7 records it.

blueapplepiedude
08-09-2016, 03:11 PM
Hey. Tested with both Microsoft Edge and Chrome. Both play the video just fine. :) The video didn't quite look as smooth as I would have expected for 120fps so I downloaded it and video data shows it is indeed set to play at 120fps, so the smoothness may just be based on the way the HTC One M7 records it.

Thanks so much for testing it out! The HTC One M7 is a bit of an older phone so I can understand why the 120fps doesn't seem so smooth.