Frames and fields

January 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Jan2008, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p66
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the combination of film and video terminology in explaining frame rates and how they are converted. It is noted that the variable frame rate broadcast cameras use old theories derived from telecine machines to attain variable frame rates. The film frames are divided into two fields by odd and even lines. They then yield into eight frames.


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