Avatar, James Cameron, Avatar 2
You two should get a room, or use FB for your live chit-chat. WAY off topic.
Directed @ mattfan and fandad
Thank you, temsi, for your fast response. I understand now.
Can someone explain it to me what "48 frames" is? Is that sort of like "lexicon" where the movie can be slightly sped up to fit a long movie into a 2 hour slot?
A movie is composed of frames - one frame after another is displayed for your eyes, to create the illusion of movement in our minds.
TV in the United States and other countries which use the NTSC standard is 30 frames per second.
TV in Europe and most of the rest of the world which use the PAL standard is 25 frames per second.
Film universally uses 24 frames per second and has for about 80 years. It has its flaws, such as when showing fast moving objects you basically have the choice between excessive motion blur or excessive jitter.
48 frames per second shows 48 separate images every second, which gives smoother motion and less blur and thus a more detailed and realistic image.
See [BLOCKED WEBSITE] for more details.
without spaces, the link is wikipedia . org / wiki / Frame_rate
Douglas Trumbull, when researching his SHOWSCAN process, determined that the audience reaction went up dramatically to the notion of "perceived reality" at 60 fps, it sorta drops off after that. His venues did use that frame rate, but because of its limited distribution, never took off. With Cameron and Jackson both signing on to 48 fps, that's splitting the difference.
It means twice the standard frame rate
I'm anxious to hear more news. Things about the production are getting interesting almost every week for the past two and a half years. Avatar remains one of the most stunningly beautiful movies i've ever seen
I agree fandad, I will see it in 48 frames per second if I like The Hobbit when I see it in 48 frames per second
Maybe other movies before hand if they film in that format
What other movies, The Hobbit Part 1 is the first film to be in 48 Frames per second. So far only The Hobbit and Avatar sequels are announced for the format
What if ppl decide to film their movies between the two time periods
Oh yeah, sorry fandad I forgot about that
That's okay guess I'm a sucker yet again for correcting you anyhow this week I watched on tv the mid 90s movies leave it to beaver and it takes two
Did you like the movies?
Yes but leave it to beaver was better
Okay, I never heard herd of it before. Was from Touchstone Pictures?
Universal back when they got their previous logo for their 85th anniversary
It was 75th anniversary and that was their second to previous logo. The previous logo is the one from 1997 (The one that was replaced by the 100th anniversary)
I get it nvm
You'll love it if you loved the little rascals
I liked the old shorts and I haven't seen The Little Rascals movie in a long time, but I'll see if I can find it on Youtube
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