So you may be wondering what is the difference between the MP4 and the Constant Frame Rate MP4.
We've gone ahead and explained them here to help!
MP4: This is a locally recorded high-quality MP4 video file with audio. This is a variable frame rate file straight from the camera.
Constant Frame Rate (CFR) MP4: This is a locally recorded high-quality MP4 file that is locked at 24 Frames Per Second. These files may also include empty space at the beginning to correct for any time alignment if needed. The quality of these files is the same as the HD Audio file (WAV) and HD Video file (MP4).
Now, why would you need or use a Constant Frame Rate MP4?
Because his file is adjusted to help you sync it up with all the other tracks from your recording.
So if you're editing together the high-quality local recordings from multiple participants this will make it much easier to sync it together and get a finely polished final product.