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Eyeball this

That's pretty neat.

The difference between 30hz and 60hz is extremely obvious.

I implore anyone who believes we can't see above 30fps to try his link.
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Haha.... some random website?

1. The 24fps was brought in during the old cinema projection days, way before we had VCR's and CRT TV's

2. Film standard is 24fps and not 27fps like you claimed.

3. Hollywood itself is making the move to 45fps and 60fps, why would Hollywood move above 30fps if we can't see the difference?

That's right.... because you are wrong.

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Exactly... I don't even have good eyes and I can easily see the difference between 30fps and 40fps, let alone 30fps and 60fps..
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That's pretty neat.

The difference between 30hz and 60hz is extremely obvious.

I implore anyone who believes we can't see above 30fps to try his link.

FPS != hertz.
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FPS != hertz.

Yeah, my dumbass wrote hz instead of fps on the top line. It happens when you're bouncing between threads.
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Those scientific papers don't prove that the human eye can't see more than 24 FPS anyway. That is a silly concept; eyes don't work like that.
    
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Even the link you posted said 24fps for film, quite funny that even posting a source you still got it wrong

Uh, because I was using a vague memory as a reference before I dug that link up?
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And I've never said anything about the Hobbit, Frame rates will vary for a while until they eventually settle.

Um, you realize there are already established standards, right? That "The Hobbit" was the first film shot in the 48p standard? That there is no 45i or 45p standard?
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But remember you were the one who came in here shouting and making rubbish claims.

I wasn't shouting and I have actual scientific papers to back me up. Whereas you have your anger issues and an inability to distinguish a simple opinion from an attack on your person.

I'm pretty sure we do have a 45p standard. I think the GBC runs at that res.

You mean 45 and 48hz?

Anyway, almighty15's right, you can see the difference between 30 and 60fps easily. That's kinda why gamers try for 60fps at all times. If 24 is a limit, it's a limit because that's as slow as you can go with it still looking smooth. Go play a game on your computer capped at 30fps, then again with the cap removed or moved to 60fps. You'll see the difference just fine.
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I think the issue here is that when fps drops to 30 on a 60hz monitor, you notice that its extremely choppy. He could be right about the human eye not being able to differentiate between 30 and 60 fps, but from experienceI can tell you that it depends in the refresh rate because I had no problems playing at 20fps on my ps3 but now its unberable on my 60hz monitor
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I think the issue here is that when fps drops to 30 on a 60hz monitor, you notice that its extremely choppy. He could be right about the human eye not being able to differentiate between 30 and 60 fps, but from experienceI can tell you that it depends in the refresh rate because I had no problems playing at 20fps on my ps3 but now its unberable on my 60hz monitor

It's the amount it drops that bothers you...

You'll be going from 60fps to 20fps on PC, that's a big drop in frames and would be a lot more noticeable then going from 30fps to 20fps on PS3
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It's the amount it drops that bothers you...

You'll be going from 60fps to 20fps on PC, that's a big drop in frames and would be a lot more noticeable then going from 30fps to 20fps on PS3

Exactly. I'd rather have a game locked at 30fps then go from 80fps in some areas to 40 in others.. it will appear smoother if it's consistent
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It's the amount it drops that bothers you...

You'll be going from 60fps to 20fps on PC, that's a big drop in frames and would be a lot more noticeable then going from 30fps to 20fps on PS3

Not just the drop I find it unplayable even when it drops to 54fps. I see tons of people playing at 50fps on their 60hz monitors but I cant even play at 54...
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