Pasi Kärkkäinen [mailto:pasik@...] wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 09:12:33PM +0200, Emmanuel Florac wrote:
> > About 1,6 GB/s sustained on the whole volume (even with almost full
> > disks), reading 4K DPX files sequences (about 50 MB each). This a
> > comfortable margin over the 1.2 GB/s required for smooth 24 FPS.
> I wouldn't call 24fps smooth ;) but this is totally offtopic, so sorry for
> the spam, couldn't resist on commenting :)
Motion picture film
In the motion picture industry, where traditional film stock is used, the industry standard filming and projection formats are 24 frames per second (fps). Historically, 25 fps was used in some European countries. Shooting at a slower frame rate would create fast motion when projected, while shooting at a frame rate higher than 24 fps would create slow motion when projected. Other examples of historical experiments in frame rates that were not widely accepted were Maxivision 48 and Showscan, developed by 2001: A Space Odyssey special effects creator Douglas Trumbull.
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