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I've been reading up on this, and as I shoot short films, I'm not excited about 48fps. I don't like the look of soap opera TV which is what something shot at 48fps is looking like. Read a couple articles as well as critique from people in the industry, and they're not for it either sadsmiley.gif
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 Eh that movie is not even out yet, is it? I think another week or 2.



Other countries get our movies before we do mad.gif

ye it came out yesterday in new zealand.
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James Cameron is shooting Avatar 2 at 60fps. I'm all for this advance, whenever friends come over and watch TV at 120hz I always hear the same thing 'It looks too real'. However, once you get used to it it's hard to go back. I'm sure this is a bit different then 120hz on TV but comparing a Jackson big budget movie to a soap opera? Come on, the finished product I highly doubt is just going to look like completely stock footage edited together like on a soap.
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I'm sure it'll still look good. James Cameron shot Avatar on camera's with sensors over twice as small as Super35 film, yet it looked amazing. Not denying it'll look good, since he has a knack for that kinda thing wink.gif it will not look like a usual film though, which will take getting used to...
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Do not care for 3D what so ever. I just want at least 60fps movies in 2D, 24fps is just so painful to look at! I really don't understand why we can't have it already, you have to be blind to not notice in fast paced scenes (Car chases, people running and such) that movies lag.

Give me 2K or 4k movies with 60fps that I can watch at home and I will be one happy man smile.gif

EDIT: Really exited for The Hobbit though, bet it will be a great movie!
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Wouldn't 3D at 48 FPS be 24 FPS per eye anyway?

They don't hand out hundreds of $100 shutter glasses at movie theaters, they use polarized lenses, which is half the problem IMO.

Not that I like current shutterglasses either. I tried them once at a display in a store, it reminds me of running a CRT at 60hz. You can get away with 60hz on LCD's because it's a constant image, it just updates at 60hz, when the entire image is rapidly switching on and off it needs to go faster. Even back in the 90's I was never happy with CRT's below 80hz.
IMO shutter glasses need to run at 120hz with a 240hz monitor (100hz and 200hz would be good enough if they wanted to go that route).
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I've been reading up on this, and as I shoot short films, I'm not excited about 48fps. I don't like the look of soap opera TV which is what something shot at 48fps is looking like. Read a couple articles as well as critique from people in the industry, and they're not for it either sadsmiley.gif

It's really irritating when progress is stalled due to the personal opinions of a few people in charge.
post #27 of 64
well, I dont do the 3D thing, seems liek a mondo waste, and I hate wearing stupid glasses and junk like that.

I just hope that with higher Frame Cameras being used - that we dont end up with the Soap Operah look...... if movies start to move and feel like General Hospital then im out for good.

as it is I have not seen a new Movie in theaters since.... Hmmmm.. pretty sure I took my Kid to see how to train yoru Dragon lol.

That was 3d, it was nice and all, but i just cant stand it.
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I've been reading up on this, and as I shoot short films, I'm not excited about 48fps. I don't like the look of soap opera TV which is what something shot at 48fps is looking like. Read a couple articles as well as critique from people in the industry, and they're not for it either sadsmiley.gif

I've watched a bunch of stuff on a 120 Hz TV and I did not like it at all. I can't stand the soap opera look.
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I personally get sick watching 24 fps movies in theaters. My eyes can really detect the choppiness and judder. Very nauseating for me.
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Why do they have to use 48? Why can't they use a multiple of 30 so it meshes with TVs and we don't get crappy pull-down ratios.
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