This article will show you how to create Slow-Motion videos with the Foto Master Photo Booth software, and provide your guests with this fun interaction!
But first, what is a Slow-Motion video anyways?
Slow Motion videos are video recordings with a high rate of FPS (Frames Per Second), while the end result has a lower FPS rate. For example: a video recording of 120FPS to create a Slow Motion video of 30FPS.
The Slow Motion capability will work with the DSLR Video Recording Feature in the workflow. Please note that an SD card is required for this feature. The software will present it slow on the screen using the Preview DSLR Video feature.
- The camera should be supported by the Foto Master Photo Booth software. Contact the support team if you need further details on the supported cameras.
- To operate this, you will need a camera that offers a high frame video recording (+120 FPS), and an option for a high frame rate.
- The following instructions show how to operate this function with Canon M50.
1. Set your camera dial to Movie Recording (Video) mode.
2. Press on the Menu button and navigate to Function settings. Under #3, go to Video System and change it to NTSC.
3. Navigate to Shooting Settings, and set Movie rec. size to FHD 59.94P
4. Under High Frame Rate Movie, select Enable.
5. Once done, set the camera dial back to M.
6. Enable Override Camera Settings in the Globals tab > Canon. Click here for further instructions to set up your Live View settings.
Now you can start your preset, with a regular DSLR Video feature state.
Workflow for example: