The quality of your final movie depends on the quality of the captured source material. Because of this, choosing an appropriate value for the Setting options is important. A good rule to follow is to record your videos or movies by using the Medium quality or High quality settings. Remember, if you want to reduce the file size, you can always save the resulting movie at a lower quality setting after you have recorded it into Movie Maker.
The different Setting options you can choose from in Movie Maker affect the following aspects of the video and sound you record:
• The display size of your movie when your end user watches it in Windows Media Player.
• The number of video frames per second.
• The video bit rate, which is the speed at which the video in your movie streams.
• The quality of the audio in your movie.
• The audio bit rate, which is the speed at which the audio in your movie streams.
For example, if you record your movie using the Medium quality or High quality settings, the video displays as 320 pixels by 240 pixels in both profiles; however, the High quality setting captures 30 frames per second (fps), whereas the Medium quality setting only captures 15 fps.
In general, the smoothness of motion in your video increases with the number of frames per second. Also, the audio quality will be greater with the High quality setting because the audio bits stream at a higher rate than they do with the Medium quality setting.
Remember, the video and sound quality of the final movie you create in Movie Maker directly depends on the quality of the original recording.
You can't do that on Windows Movie Maker. The program is a very basic video editing software application. It does not have the feature/functionality that other purchased programs do.
If you have Windows, changing your theme to "classic" can slightly increase your fps.
You will have to contact the maker to find out.
Conversion: fps x 0.682 = mph
It matters about the fps. If the fps on your gun is 350 and under it wont but if it is 450 up yes it should.
To change the FPS, first locate the regulator. This should be right on the foregrip. To change the FPS put an Allen key in the regulaor ad turn right to turn it up, left to turn it down.
You can lower your graphic properties. You can change your Windows theme to classic. etc.
tutorials are available on www.yoyogames.com/tutorials, but maybe you need something easier. other available programs are rpg maker, fps creator, 3d game maker, and adobe flash(a little harder)
You don't. You must turn off Windows completely and leave only PCSX2 to run. Windows is stealing performance from PCSX2. This is why PS2's games have big fps, PS2 don't have Windows in background running. Practically, it is impossible. Maybe you can install PCSX2 as a subsystem or something. Maybe than you will have almost full fps in emulator. P.S. Sorry if my English is bad, I'm from Croatia.
Most animated films run at 24 fps. This is known to be the default fps in a given movie or animation to keep the smoothness at an acceptable level. If the frame rate is below 24 fps then the viewer may identify shaky block images in the movie. Higher the fps, better will be the smoothness.
To get high fps you must first go into options, video settings and change performance to the "max fps" setting. Then, when you are in your world, go into full-screen mode by pressing F11. This should increase your fps.
That depends on the fps of the guns,if it's below about 180 fps,I might break thin glass such as china,but it will not damage walls of windows.
yes but still problem no force 60 fps
Canada has strict laws on the power that air rifle springs can produce. So changing the spring would be against the law.
if you mean ion you take a wrench at the regulator (front handle) on the bottom you can turn up or down the fps you need a chrono to see the change
Yes, but it may be against the law in your area and it may damaged to pistol.
The fps on it can range from 225fps up to 310fps. You can change the fps with teh velocity screw on the left side of the gun where the tippmann logo is. It is at a 45 degree angle downward.turning it clockwise with an allen wrench will turn the fps up and turning it counter clockwise will turn it down.
Game Maker is a very popular game creation tool, although it can be a bit limited. If you want to create FPS games (first-person shooters) a good tool is FPS Creator; a newer version called FPS Creator X10 can even create DirectX 10 games for Vista!
For making a First person shooter game you need Game Maker pro edition. For making your fps game you can see this tutorial: http://www.yoyogames.com/downloads/tutorials/fps.zip
I faced the same problem - I wanted to make a stop motion. So I imported all my images - and then went into "video tools" - then "edit" and then changed the duration to however fast or slow I wanted it to move past the picture. If you want to make only 1 picture move faster or slower, select it and then change the duration. If you need to make a stop motion and hence make all the images move faster [altering the fps - frames per second] then select all the images and make the change in the "duration" section. hope this was helpful!
600 FPS - Pellet 625 FPS - BB
FPS is the measurement of speed in feet per second. Depending on what kind of bullet you are talking about, bullets can travel as fast as 4400 fps. Here are a few examples: 9mm-about 1050 fps. .45ACP-about 900 fps. 5.56mm-about 2700-3300 fps. .50bmg-about 2900 fps.
G mod videos are created by using stop motion. Stop motion animations take a lot of time and are very hard to make. 1. Position any objects, ragdolls etc, in the way that you wish, making note of where you want the scene to be viewed from 2. Find a willing player, or make a new account, and position them in the spot. 3. Use the camera to take a photo 4. To animate it, take multiple photos and then put them side by side in a video editor such as Sony Vegas, or if you really don't have the money you could use Windows Live Movie Maker. Remember that the more fps (frames per second) the smoother and better quality your animation will be. The human eye can view up to around 300 fps, but 20 fps is what we usually see at. Having high fps will remove motion blur, making your video look wierd. Having too little fps will make your video look very poor and animations will seem spastic.