[HOWTO]Setting the frame rate ..  

[HOWTO]Setting the frame rate mode - VFR (Variable frame rate) or CFR (Constant frame rate)

oCam's frame rate mode is set to variable frame rate by default.

Variable frame rate is set to 60 FPS in OCAM's recording settings, even if the game's FPS is not 60 and the average is 30 FPS.

Alternatively, if the rack is stuck during game recording or recording at 60 FPS is difficult when recording screens (depending on the system specifications), recording is performed in variable frames according to the system performance.

If you want to edit an Ocam recorded video in video editing software such as Adobe Premiere, you must record at a fixed frame rate. (If you do not do this, the voice will not sync.)

You can change the frame rate mode in oCam's Menu-Options-Record-General tab.



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[FAQ]What is a digital container format and codec?

In order to use the oCam, you do not need an understanding of the two terms of the above in general In order to use the features that has been extended to oCam, you need to know.

 

Digital container format and codec, we only describe the terms for using the oCam here of the enclosing various meanings.

 

First, digital container format refers to the container format, such as, MP4, MOV AVI we are generally known.

 

If you look at the Wikipedia, it has been a little more detail.

 

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

(A container or wrapper format is a metafile format whose specification describes how different data elements and metadata coexist in a computer file.)

 

Definition of the codec has been described as follows in Wikipedia. 

 

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

(A codec is a device or computer program capable of encoding or decoding a digital data stream or signal.)

 

Means, such as common as we know XVID, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H264 codec.

 

For example, when there is a file with the AVI extension, digital container format is the AVI format, video and audio are stored, will be stored in a structured format that is defined as AVI. 


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