Started by rcallicotte, April 14, 2011, 10:25:03 am
Quote from: Oshyan on April 19, 2011, 12:56:42 pmWhat's interesting about all this though is that this will make the actual theater visual experience much different. Many people actually perceive the lower frame rate of film in the theater to be part of the experience and higher projection/filming rates actually end up looking "cheap" and more like video. Hopefully directors and camera makers will ignore that and push through any backlash because it's purely psychological as far as I am aware and once we're all used to 60fps, we can enjoy not only higher picture and motion quality, but also improved 3D (less headache-inducing from lessened flicker, for example), easier transfer to other formats, etc.- Oshyan
Quotemany people (myself included, sadly) still feel like higher frame rate video looks "cheap" and "artificial" somehow.
QuoteI do agree that raw digital has an artificial feel to it though
QuoteWould at a high frame rate the figures movements as he walks look more real compared to a low frame rate?
QuoteNow imagine a camera flyby of a terrain. Would at a high frame rate the imagery look smoother, more like what the eye sees from an aircraft?
Quote from: N810 on November 07, 2012, 02:19:50 pmthis should helphttp://boallen.com/fps-compare.html