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Re: 24 or 30 fps ?
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- Subject: Re: 24 or 30 fps ?
- From: rob at alegria.com (Rob Lingelbach)
- Date: Thu, 12 Nov 1998 16:34:17 -0600
- In-Reply-To: Basil96009 at aol.com "Re: [TIG] 24 or 30 fps ?" (Nov 12, 16:48)
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On Nov 12, 16:48, Basil96009 at aol.com wrote:
} Subject: Re: [TIG] 24 or 30 fps ?
> The 30 fps was the clear winner, with reduced strobing, flicker,
> and a much brighter image. The benefits were apparent in still
> scenes, but much more noticable any time the camera moved.
once again to flay this tired horse, the benefits may be apparent on
non-fiction, reality-based images, but for me the clear winner for
story-telling is 24 fps.
> ...Trumbull was developing Showscan...
> shoots/projects at 60fps using a 65mm vertical format negative.
> when I finally saw it a year later, the effect was spectacular.
personally, I find increases in temporal resolution, for theatrical
projection of features of fiction, not to be worthwhile.
> with the clarity, especially in the wide shots. Equally clear were all
> of the wrinkles on the female broadcaster's face.
for immediate, news-gathering types of images, increased framerates
will be valuable. For feature films, I prefer 24. 30 and higher
framerates evoke video origination for me.
> Pulldown has it's own way of distorting
> reality, not to mention film matchback lists. Who needs it?
who wants reality? :]
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