July 20, 2017 at 6:27AM

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I Have To Make A Video For TV

i have to make a song video , that i will give to the singer and he will give to someone who will play it on tv channels , so im making a video for tv for the first time so im confused should i export it at 30,25 or 24 fps , i usually export at 24fps coz i upload on youtube and its cinematic , im afraid if they reject my video if its 24fps and they say we cant play it . i live in india a liitle confused in NTSC and PAL system . shot all the footage at 30 and 60fps , havent started editing yet .

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Just contact the station and ask, or look online at their specifications. That should all be public knowledge, and every station has different requirements for what they will accept, so asking on an international forum won't get you accurate answers.

July 23, 2017 at 12:32AM, Edited July 23, 12:32AM

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Craig Douglas
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+1 Craig. Asking the station is probably your best bet. I've had stations use my clips (that were 23.976). They ended up converting them to 30 themselves. It didn't look the best, but most footage on local stations don't look to great anyways.

August 1, 2017 at 3:52AM

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Chris Neal
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