I guess that's going to depend on whether the OP has the footage wants to put the extra time in assembling it. The effect of shutter as I described above could also do with an example. Too fast a shutter looks almost like the Digital Aberrations where the car hops or stutters, except without the accompanying pixelation. Too slow will be blurry. Bit rate will show aberrations / artefacts if too low and if too high will eat storage space but with no real detriment other than storage and no noticeable improvement to the picture quality beyond what could have been achieved with a lower rate.What about the effects of bitrate?
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