In the past, Blur Busters posted two webpages:
- 120fps HFR Videos
- World's first HTML-embedded 120fps gameplay video
Now with the upcoming 120Hz iPads, I think 120fps realtime videos will become MUCH more popular. Hopefully YouTube will support uploaders that upload 120fps realtime videos. The new iPad will force this to happen, hopefully. It would not be surprised that the new 120Hz iPad (which can do 120fps slow-motion videos too) will also be made to support recording to 120fps HFR realtime files at least by third-party apps.
You can convert your Android/iPhone 120fps slow-motion videos into true 120fps real-time videos with this ffmpeg command line:
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ffmpeg -i SLOWMOTION120.mp4 -r 120 -vf "setpts=(1/4)*PTS" -an REALTIME120.mp4