I'm starting to take a few videos on various devices (LG G4 / OMD EM5 / Sony RX100) of our two young kids and I want to be able to pull them together into videos to share with family and for looking back at in the future. What I know: - We live in Australia - which is a PAL region (well it was back in the old days) - LG G4 and OMD EM5 take video at 29.97fps (ie 30fps, which is NTSC) - Sony RX100 takes video at 25fps - Video looks a little funny if the video editing/rendering is done at a different rate to the original footage. -h264 is better than MP2 for quality:size ratio What I don't know: - If i'm generally going to share online, what do I aim for? (Ie YouTube) - If I want to pick a format and stick with it, should I shoot in something that's PAL compatible (ie 25fps) or does it not matter as new TVs are more flexible with refresh rates etc? Adobe Premiere elements didn't mention the difference in video frame rates, but PowerDirector makes a note every time the project frame rate is different from the original footage. They are just home videos, so it's no big deal, but any help would be greatly appreciated as I'd rather just get my head around it and do it 'right' from the get go! The main issue is that people/baby's movements looks kinda odd/jerky with the strange framerates. A bit more googling suggests it would only be an issue to shoot at 30fps, in a PAL region (Australia) if it was for TV broadcast...which it most certainly isn't. It seems like I'll stick to 30fps and maybe just not use the Sony camera too much for video.