04-26-2012 11:31 PM #76
48 Frames Changes Everything
http://hollywood-elsewhere.com/2012/...ames_chang.php"If you can't dazzle them with brillance . . . baffle them with Bull*&^%" - W C Fields
04-27-2012 08:19 AM #77
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04-27-2012 09:56 AM #79
I can only see 120fps/Cinemotion/Anti Judder/Smooth Motion being something useful for sports when displayed on a LCD or LED. Both technologies are too slow for that type of extreme movement, that the increased framerate eases the refresh of the monitor. If those two display techs become even more dominant with no end in sight, I can see companies moving to shooting those events with increased framerates.
Plasma is much better and faster. It's my preferred tech.
Certainly excited about purchasable OLED. Oh, I wait patiently for that tech.
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04-27-2012 05:44 PM #83
It's perfectly acceptable to say "I know you guys don't like this, but I really enjoy it." That's a perfectly respectable position to take.
04-27-2012 06:06 PM #84
Of course here is the real issue. No one has seen the finished product - THE HOBBITT being shown at 48 FPS in 3D in a commerical theater that anyone can attend.
So the majority as you call it is getting it's data from . . . where?"If you can't dazzle them with brillance . . . baffle them with Bull*&^%" - W C Fields
04-27-2012 10:55 PM #85
At least they are TRYING something new. I'm sure there were people that cried bloody murder when surround sound was invented, or people that said "talkies" were just gimmick.
I'll see it before I make a single opinion about it. I trust my own eyes before anyone elses. I mean, three quarters of the fcking people on this forum think console-level graphics are good enough. That right there tells me to only trust my own eyes first.
I do hope its not like a soap opera though.Intel i5 2500k (@4.7Ghz) + XFX Radeon 7970 3GB RAM! + 16GB DDR3 RAM (STEAM/Origin: Nealon_Greene)
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04-28-2012 03:32 AM #86
THE HOBBIT Director Peter Jackson Responds To Negative Reaction Of 48 FPS Footage
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansit.../news/?a=58742"If you can't dazzle them with brillance . . . baffle them with Bull*&^%" - W C Fields
04-28-2012 05:46 AM #87
I have an open mind about the matter and haven't watched any soap operas to have a negative bias going in, not that I ever believed these filmmakers with budgets in the hundreds of millions were aiming for a soap opera look. I still can't grasp the concept that if early cheaply made 48fps video looks bad, it must all look bad.
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