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480P - Anyone know what this is?
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- Subject: 480P - Anyone know what this is?
- From: <Veenotph at aol.com>
- Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 00:23:34 EDT
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In a message dated 07/13/1998 10:58:10, you wrote:
<<Get film people to record at two perf, 48 fps and
you achieve something.>>
Yes, you do, A mess.
why 48 FPS at two perf? Is it to keep the amount of film used at a higher
frame rate the same? Of course this only works in 35mm, as in 16mm ( and Super
16mm) the frame is in between two perfs, so therefore shooting 48 FPS in 16
will use film twice as fast.
Why 48 FPS? Why not 16 or 18 FPS? Played back at the speed it was recorded,
won't it look nice? 24 FPS was only introduced for sound reasons ( SO I've
been lead to understand)
I must admit to never doing a comparison of images shot at 24 versus 48, so
I'm not sure what you are after.
Steven Gladstone ( 90/36 Feet per minute is pretty nice)
Thanks to Queue Systems and Lipsner Smith for support in 1998.
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