Trying to figure out how to change Video settings

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I can't for the life of me figure out how to change the Video bitrate. Its showing 1080p/60. I've spent so much time looking through all the menus including the manual video settings and I cant for the life of me find where you change it. I wanted to see about switching to the 2.7k/24 or something like that. I have an ND filter I installed and want to lower the frame rate.

I think there have been so many upates to the DJI Go app that I don't remember where this setting is anymore.

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I can't for the life of me figure out how to change the Video bitrate. Its showing 1080p/60. I've spent so much time looking through all the menus including the manual video settings and I cant for the life of me find where you change it. I wanted to see about switching to the 2.7k/24 or something like that. I have an ND filter I installed and want to lower the frame rate.

I think there have been so many upates to the DJI Go app that I don't remember where this setting is anymore.

Thanks!
I think you are referring to frame rate rather than bitrate. Are you connected to the AC when trying to change settings....
 
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I think you are referring to frame rate rather than bitrate. Are you connected to the AC when trying to change settings....
Yes and I finally found it. I didn't realize the video settings were under the little Photo Icon. doh!. So I set it to 2.7k/24 and if I understand correctly I'm supposed to double that on my frame rate when using an ND filter.
 
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Yes and I finally found it. I didn't realize the video settings were under the little Photo Icon. doh!. So I set it to 2.7k/24 and if I understand correctly I'm supposed to double that on my frame rate when using an ND filter.
No.

Ideally at EV0 your shutter speed will be twice frame rate.
 
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Ideally yes. In reality you won't get an ND filter that will allow for TV at twice frame rate while maintaining best EV though.
 
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Ideally yes. In reality you won't get an ND filter that will allow for TV at twice frame rate while maintaining best EV though.
Is there a better recommendation when using ND filters? This is my first time ever using one. Maybe 24 FPS is not ideal?

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Maybe 24 FPS is not ideal?
Me living in a PAL 25 fps country thinks 24 fps is not ideal because a) mobile devices use 30 fps base and b) because European TVs have for a long time played PAL and NTSC and 25 fps and that odd 30/1.001 fps just fine.

So I have planned to set my devices to 30/60/120 fps so mixing footage does not need messy and jerky frame rate conversions.
 
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