TITLE

30FPS in the Cinema

AUTHOR(S)
Yonge, Mark
PUB. DATE
June 1989
SOURCE
Image Technology;Jun1989, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p221
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on a proposal to change the frame rate for motion pictures from 24 frames per second (FPS) to 30 films. This innovation assures quality improvements including reduced flicker, improved sharpness, smoother motion portrayals and improved sound quality. However, their are objections to the proposals such as higher cost of film, cost of dual production, complexity of handling two incompatible versions and cost of increased film size, reel sizes and shipping costs.
ACCESSION #
24243842

 

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