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Old 20th February 2016, 08:42   #1  |  Link
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48 FPS blu ray?

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Is it possible to get 48FPS hobbit blue ray. Also i want discussion on why not possible to get Such blu ray without Pal and Ntsc standards.
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Old 20th February 2016, 10:25   #2  |  Link
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No, 48 Hz is not specified on BluRay. (Neither on the "old" HD BluRay nor the new UltraHD BluRay)
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Old 20th February 2016, 10:33   #3  |  Link
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The only way to get authentic/original 48fps is if Warner Bros decided to distribute the movie digitally in 48fps.
Unlikely to ever happen, however.

There might be an online petition to get one distributed for digital distribution.
But then 48fps in 3D might not be something they want to do for digital distribution.

Once in a lifetime opportunity to see it in theaters in 48/3D.
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Not to mention that TVs are not equipped to show you 3D in 48 FPS. Heck not even in 2D thats a refresh rate (m)any TVs support at the moment.
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Theoretically if it was encoded at 60i... For the hobbit zi personally ripped the Blu-Rays and doublers the FPS to 48 with InterFrame (SVP). Looks great,even though it isn't true HFR.
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It looks better if your monitor is capable of doing 24~ fps.
71.928 or the fancy 144 monitors.
Or if it can even go as low as 47.952.

Would be nice if they figured out a way to take advantage of the AVC/MVC spec in bluray for TV's with higher refresh rate boards.
Alternate frames to get 2 different sets of image data depending which "eye" you look at.
Remuxing to PC would be easy peasy if you interleave the two differentiating data streams.
For 2D. 3D would go out the window.

Didn't Japan play with AVC/MVC for their super bit depth discs?
36 bit MGVC Blu Ray
http://www.avsforum.com/forum/114-hd...nly-japan.html
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The only way to get authentic/original 48fps is if Warner Bros decided to distribute the movie digitally in 48fps.
Unlikely to ever happen, however.

There might be an online petition to get one distributed for digital distribution.
But then 48fps in 3D might not be something they want to do for digital distribution.
Forgive me for allowing my cynicism to creep in...

I've spent 20 years of my working life in various positions within the film industry. The studios are all about money. Dollars, euros, pounds, yen, it doesn't matter. Art can kiss it's own butt. They look at how many people possess the necessary hardware, how many copies they would sell versus the cost of producing such an item - it doesn't make sense to them.

I further suspect the necessary software doesn't exist, and won't until there's a sufficient demand for it. Then out comes a little upgrade.....
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Does AnimeIVTC throw away frames?

Does AnimeIVTC throw away frames in the way deinterlacing can? is there a way to dpuble framerate of my AnimeIVTC QTGMC script without simple duplications but real original frames? i think that is how the bob algorithm works . i want to save all the 47.987fps for a computer video file now a disc.

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It helps if you start with "this is my source" and continue logically from there instead of throwing out a bunch of gibberish questions with no context.

If your source is telecined you inverse telecine it.
If it's interlaced you bob deinterlace it.
If it's field blended just bob deinterlace it.
If it's double telecined just bob deinterlace it.

If it's hybrid 24/30 use 2-pass TIVTC to make it VFR.
If it's hybrid 30p/60i there's a script to double the 30p and bob deinterlace the 60i.
If it's hybrid 24p/60i... weep.

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"High-definition (HD) video may be stored on Blu-ray Discs with up to 19201080 pixel resolution, at 24 progressive, or 50/60 interlaced, frames per second."

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray
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