I have rendered an image sequence from my animation, with FPS 30. Now, while making the video from that particular image sequence, can I use a different FPS, say 24 ?
Technically it is possible, I have checked with a small test video. But my doubt is, does it make any difference in the video quality inherently ?
Let me assume that the answer to the above question is NO (which also seems logical to me since each png file is complete on its own and they can be viewed at any speed). But then the question that comes to my mind is, why do we have the frame rate settings at all while rendering as an image sequence ? It seems more logical to display frame rate settings only during the video rendering, and disable it during image rendering since it remains meaningless in that case. Or is there any other purpose of setting the frame rate during the image render ?
I have checked some similar questions on this topic but did not get a complete answer to my original question + the doubt above. Hence I am posting it as a new question. Any suggestion from experts will be highly appreciated.