Re: Film Mode
- From: Jan B <nospam@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 01 Jul 2009 21:19:49 +0200
On Wed, 1 Jul 2009 13:45:03 -0400, "Andy from Dover"
"Ricky Jimenez" <rickyjim@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message....
Most of the recent HDTVs have a setting that will display material
derived from movies at 24Hz frame rate providing they input such
material. Most recent BD players can output at 24Hz, some (eg
Panasonic DMP 60/80) can do it even for SD DVDs. Are there any
broadcasters who currently do it also? My high definition stations
seem to all be broadcasting 1080i @ 60Hz, that is 60 half frames per
I remember years ago Real Video encoders had a setting for reverse 3:2
pulldown for sources that were 24 frame film on video. I would hope today's
flat screens would do this and do it from broadcast, DVD and VHS.
For example "HD TV Test" includes a test of both 3:2 cadence and 2:2
cadence film material de-interlace as standard in all their tests on
HD TV:s. See http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/.
(The 2:2 cadence is often used in european broadcast and DVD
It can be noted that not all models pass these tests
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