Frame rate, also commonly described as frames per second (fps), is a term used to describe how many still frames we see in one second. As a filmmaker, this will be one of the first settings you choose - 24, 25, 30. It is generally accepted that 24fps is the standard for "movie" frame rates. North America accepts 30fps broadcasts, and the European broadcast standard is 25fps.
When using an Apple mobile phone to record a video, you can choose HD and 4K video formats in the upper right corner, and there are three switchable numbers 24, 30, and 60 at the back. What are these three numbers? Which one is better for recording videos? This number is Frames per second (Frames per second) or fps for short.