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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Send a private message to motorheadache I hereby confirm that I have read and understood the forum rules. If they do it 60 hz, I won’t touch it unless it can correctly play at 24fps. Warner insists that the Weinsteins are only owed profits on the first film in the triptych, An Unexpected Journey. I agree that a 50p version would be the best way of doing things, UNLESS they were to create a 60p version – thusly compatible for all – using the same sort of tech as on Billy Lynn: Last year’s debut instalment in the New Zealand film-maker’s latest JRR Tolkien fantasy trilogy, An Unexpected Journey, was one of the first major cinema releases to be screened at 48 frames per second fps.

More Technology TV manufacturers Monitor manufacturers. Is Blu-ray capable of displaying more than 30 frames per second? No amount of trying to rewrite history can change that fact. Today we praise the format as it is associated with the blurry cinematic look. When you forget that you are watching a 3D movie, 3D tech is mature. I’d like to keep the movie magic instead of having the feeling I’m watching a behind the scenes special.

I’ll take either 24 or Hobbit’s situation is different of course as we’re going from lower to higher, not higher to lower, but I’m sure the tech could do it seamlessly. It’s quite poignant, it is there … and back again.

Oct 23 ’16 at 0: Send a private message to Luis Gabriel Gerena. I don’t know if Blu-ray supports 48fps – is only 24fps version available? Happy Holidays and Happy New Year! Jul Blu-ray collection: What is the frame rate of the Hobbit Blu-ray release?


I saw the first one in 3D HFR, and that was enough for me– I made sure to see the other two in good old standard format. Oct Blu-ray collection: More Technology TV manufacturers Monitor manufacturers. Best media players List: Find More Posts by motorheadache Find More Posts by chrisssj2.

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Swanage, Engerland Blu-ray collection: The studio recently tried to take the matter to arbitration, but the Weinstein Company appears to have nipped that proposition in the bud with its legal filing in New York superior court late on Tuesday night.

In other Hobbity news, screenwriter Philippa Boyens has confirmed that the final instalment hobbiy the trilogy, next year’s There and Back Again, will not attempt to fill in the year gap between Tolkien’s tome and its famous sequel The Lord of the Rings.

It’s not a bridge, it doesn’t span the 60 years between the two. What Are We Saying? I did this because from what I’ve read 24fps not 30fps is standard.

No amount of trying to rewrite history can change that fact. It is an old format chosen based on economic, technical and distribution considerations in a time when everything was analog.

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Brisbane, Australia Blu-ray collection: Feb Trading Score: Show 25 25 50 All. An Unexpected Journey news. The counter-argument is that 24fps is a unique mode of expression – which is true.

Life of Pi I think they should do it, at least as an option on UHD. I wonder why 48fps didn’t get into the supported frequencies?

The Hobbit on Blu-ray at HFR?

Not more like 35mm film necessarily, but just to take the HD quality away from it, which I think I did reasonably successfully. Keep in mind that in 3D, the frame rates are “per eye”—that is, each eye sees the specified frame rate.


To this day manufacturers are still using firmware to ‘block’ 50Hz compatibility in their gear so I dunno how much traction a slightly fudged 50p UHD disc version would get.

Visit Geoff D’s homepage! Newsletter Once or twice a week Subscribe. The time now is Send a private message to DJR The film speed and the look of the picture are [now] almost, kind hobbitt, two different things.

To remove your search results open this box and click to small ‘x’ next to the search button. I know the hobbti says it distributes film at 30fps, but the indicated frame rate from a film on Bluray is 24fps so that is what I’m going to go with.

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Which should be on topic. I know it was legit higher frame rate, but to me it looked no different than turning on frame day on my TV, only a bit less juddery.

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