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comment The hobbit, how is it possible that 48 FPS is better than 24 FPS
@Oliver_C, indeed. My bad! I saw the Hobbit in 48FPS yesterday, now I know why all those people say that 48FPS is way better. Even more than 48FPS would be better, there were a few scene where an objects cross the screen in less than 1 second. So monitor blur is indeed the problem. Thanks!
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comment The hobbit, how is it possible that 48 FPS is better than 24 FPS
But is motion blur on 24FPS really a big deal? It’s only relevant on very fast moving objects. You can look at my command on Mathew Foscarinis answer for a calculation that I made. I know that in a lot of cases this isn’t correct, but I guess that the overall view doesn’t get affected by this. Or I didn’t calculated it correct. That is also possible.
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comment The hobbit, how is it possible that 48 FPS is better than 24 FPS
Motion blur is a very good point, but: I assume that an object cannot go faster than 30 km/h in the hobbit. I also assume that the minimum in action view is around the 20 meters. 30 km/h = 8,333333333333333 m/s A shot in 24 fps will maximum last 0,0416666666666667 seconds. This means that the object can cross the screen with a maximum of 0,005m. The screen normally shows 20 meter? This is around 0,025%. Let’s say, an object goes from the bottom to the top of the screen. 2160px is the screen height. That means the blur max can be 0,54px. I guess that that is not the problem.
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comment The hobbit, how is it possible that 48 FPS is better than 24 FPS
Going to rewrite it, thanks.
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comment The hobbit, how is it possible that 48 FPS is better than 24 FPS
It’s mainly about 24 – 48 fps, he says that 24 fps is the same as watching through a window and with 48 fps is that you stand outside. I want to convince him that this is not because of the frame rate but because of the fact that the frame rate makes it possible to use another setting or technique that makes this possible. In this case a setting.
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comment The hobbit, how is it possible that 48 FPS is better than 24 FPS
Ofcourse, With screen I mean the frames. So in this case it’s the frame quality.
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