What does FPS stands for and how it affects my GoPro videos
First of all let me clarify something: FPS stands for Frames Per Second. It’s the number of still frames captured by the camera every second that compose the video footage. NTSC standard for television is 29,7 frames per second and in cinema that use 24 frames per second.
For most application you will export you videos at 29,7 (call it 30) frames per second. So why shoot why would you shoot your videos at 60 frames per second you might ask? For slow motion. Taking a 30 second clip shot at 60FPS and paying it at 30FPS will give you a smooth 60 seconds slow motion clip.
So remember, what does FPS stands for : Frames Per Second.
This has nothing to do with the resolution, an all other topic witch describes the number of pixels captured horizontally and vertically by the camera.