Lets assume that we all know the fact that a video is actually many pictures displayed one after the other at a certain speed and frequency.
It is also a fact that the human eye and brain, can process up to 10 to 12 images per second. Although, adding more frames per second (FPS) to a video makes it smoother for the eye.
For example, the first silent movies had a 16-18 FPS rate. These frame rates were sufficient enough to give the sense of motion, but it was perceived as jerky motion.
So let’s say that a YouTube video, has a frame rate of 30 FPS.
Video’s duration is 2 minutes and 5 seconds => 125 seconds.
That means that it has 125*30= 3.750 frames.
As we said above, 1 Frame = 1 Picture
As the common saying goes “A picture is worth a thousand words”, so 1 Picture=1000 words
The conclusion is obviously that a 2 minute – 5 second video is equal to 3.750.000 words.
fxSolver’s blog posts, have an average of 422 words per post. Which means that we have to make 8.886 blog posts to describe the video the fxSolver team created to help you understand what fxSolver does.
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