A Comparison of 24 and 30 fps film shown on 50 Hz television

Stone, M. A.
July 1989
Image Technology;Jul1989, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p340
Trade Publication
The article discusses the investigation regarding the comparison between a 24 and a 30 frames per second film integrated within a 50 Hertz television intended for the motion picture industry worldwide. As part of the evaluation process, several tests have been carried out in order to investigate the differences of the two films as well as the improvements in two areas of use. Information regarding the processes taken in the investigation procedure has been discussed.


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