quote: 1) The PAL standard has a frame rate of 50 fps interlaced (often listed as 25 fps, but not the same as 25p ), which synchronizes with the 50Hz electrical signal. 25p is the PAL equivalent of NTSC's 24p.
quote: Who wouldn't want to see the smoothest possible video?
quote: If 60fps capture and delivery were the standard and we'd dropped to 24fps you'd be complaining about the substantial motion blur and general choppiness
quote: Televisions don't actually support 120hz (just LED flicker), and I don't believe xmen 3 was shot at 60fps.
quote: "After a full 6 hours, 8 frames had encoded. Yes, at this rate, it would take a full two weeks to encode 10 seconds of HD video."
quote: Note this was talking about an experimental, non-optimized, pre-h.265 encoder