The Hobbit

http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/jacksons-hobbit-doubles-film-speed-to-48-frames-a-second-to-cure-blur-and-improve-images/2012/01/23/gIQASPs7KQ_story.html

I’ve messed around a lot with gaming, 3D, and flash animation (which follows the same concept as Jackson is talking about), and I have always wondered why 24 was the set frame rate for everything.  I understood for animation that it would be a pain in the butt to make sure that all of those frames flowed correctly, but I found this article interesting as to how he thought somewhat the same thing I did as to why people wouldn’t make movies with a higher frame rate.  Logically to me, I would think that more frames would mean a better flow, and I guess we will find out when the Hobbit comes to theaters this December 🙂

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