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Old 08-21-2021, 02:07 PM   #21
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Iím sorry to be pestering you about this but do you have any insight how European boutique labels deal with this? Letís say you recieve a newly scanned master (of an old film) from Bologna or London, surely you encode it at the correct speed?
The masters are usually at the correct 24, it's then slowed down fractionally when it's encoded for consumer video at 23.98.
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Cable tv and dvd are 60 fps. But why do so many find it jarring when HD or UHD content is 60 fps?
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Cable tv and dvd are 60 fps. But why do so many find it jarring when HD or UHD content is 60 fps?
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This format is used particularly in the USA, Canada, Mexico and Japan. NTSC altogether uses 525 scan lines, thereof approx. 485 are visible. The color subcarrier has a frequency of approx. 3.58 MHz in the case of analog NTSC. The common NTSC color subcarrier system is also called "NTSC M" or "NTSC 3.58". The refresh rate is 29.97 Hz or 29.97 fps respectively. This corresponds to 59.94 Hz (interlaced - half-images) or 59.94 fields/s respectively which can be derived from the NTSC 2:3-Pulldown based on 23.976 fps of NTSC films. For detailed information related to the Pulldown refer to the "Transfer" section later in the text. The frame rate of 23.976 fps also conforms to the so-called NTSC-Film standard. The digital standard resolution is 720x480 pixel for DVDs (Digital Versatile Disc), 480x480 pixel for Super Video CDs (SVCD) and 352x240 pixel for Video CDs (VCD).
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Cable tv and dvd are 60 fps. But why do so many find it jarring when HD or UHD content is 60 fps?
In the US TV and DVD does 29.97 FPS. For 24 frame film on DVD it is usually done with 2:3 pulldown.
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Old 08-23-2021, 02:55 PM   #25
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A big thanks goes to Keith Jack of Sigma Designs (a BDA member) for making original frame rate as part of the BDA BD spec (no need for 2:3 pulldown).
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I've always wondered why they don't do exactly this. Keep 24fps for most scenes to keep that filmic look, and then 48fps for fast moving action scenes and such. Doesn't even have to be entire scenes, just certain shots. Glad to see Cameron doing it.
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