Making Settings for Slow & Fast Motion Recording (XC15)

Article ID: ART166519 | Date published: 09/12/2016 | Date last updated: 02/27/2024


Making Settings for Slow & Fast Motion Recording (XC15)



This mode allows you to change the shooting frame rate to achieve a slow motion or fast motion effect during playback. Sound is not recorded in this special recording mode.


Slow & Fast Motion Mode

1. Touch the slow & fast motion button at the bottom right of the screen.

  • Alternatively, you can use the [ : Recording Setup] -> [Slow & Fast Motion] setting.



2. Select the desired slow/fast motion rate.

  • Select [OFF Normal Recording] to turn off slow & fast motion recording.
  • The slow/fast motion rate appears in the slow & fast motion button.



3. Touch [ ] or [ ].



4. Press the [START/STOP] button to begin recording.



5. Press the [START/STOP] button again to stop recording.



  • Available slow/fast motion rates
*1 Not available when recording 4K clips.
*2 Clips recorded with this option will have a resolution of 1280 x 720 and a bit rate of 18 Mbps. Also, face detection & tracking will not be available.



  • Slow & fast motion recording cannot be used together with pre-recording mode.
  • The slow/fast motion rate cannot be changed while recording.
  • Clips will have a frame rate of 29.97P.
  • This function is not available when the system frequency is set to 24.00 Hz.
  • Slow & fast motion recording will be deactivated if you change the video configuration.
  • During slow & fast motion recording mode, the time codeâs running mode can be set to [Rec Run] or [Regen.] and the time code advances by the number of frames recorded. If the time codeâs running mode is set to [Free Run], the running mode will switch to [Rec Run] during slow & fast motion recording mode. When slow & fast motion recording mode is deactivated, the running mode will return to its previous setting.




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