For my film class, I have to make a 2-5min music video. I have chosen L'Estate-presto by Vivaldi which is about 2:43 long. Since this will be done on video at about 30fps, that means that I have about 4890 frames to work with. Since this is due by winter break and I have other things that need to be done, that is obviously too many for a single high school student to do by hand.
What is the minimum number of frames per second that I can get away with and still have the appearance of motion, albeit a little choppy? Could I get away with only 6fps, 10fps? Does anyone know of a site that has examples of motion at various fps?
Does anyone know of a program that will let me print the audio waveform as a guide for my frames? (winxp)
I am planning to do this on a chalkboard so that there is a minimal effort to change frames. Has anyone used a similar approach? Any thoughts?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.