While rendering animations, I find it really tiring to wait for half an hour or so just to render a one-minute-long animation.
I always render with the best quality (another factor that affects the total time), but the problem I face is determining the best frame rate.
I save the animation as single frames, then I import them in a video editor and export them as a video.
The frame rate affects both the time and the quality of the video (small frame rates cause the video to be bumpy).
So what is the best frame rate that doesn't take much time, but still gives me a perfect outcome?
By the way, I use SolidWorks 2016 for modeling & PhotoView 360 for rendering.
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