If you want to create beautiful and stunning videos it can be helpful to take a look at your camera settings. You can shoot your videos in the highest quality possible but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get the best videos. Another important factor is that your customer might not be waiting for a 1+ GB video, they prefer a smaller video which they can easily manage and distribute on their social media. This is why we advise you to shoot your videos on:

Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080)
Framerate: 30fps

Why not use another framerate?

FPS means frames per second. 30 fps means that one second of footage exists out of 30 images. For television it is common to use 25 fps, however for online video 30 fps is most commonly used. Since most of our videos are not used for television broadcasting, we advise you to use 30 fps when shooting your video.

Why not 60 fps? 60 FPS might sound better, but there are some disadvantages. Videos shot in 60 fps are larger in file size and take more time to edit, and in some cameras, the footage will turn out darker when shot at a larger framerate.