An Unexpected Journey in December , used a shooting and projection frame rate of 48 frames per second, becoming the first feature film with a wide release to do so. And how is that done? Not more like 35mm film necessarily, but just to take the HD quality away from it, which I think I did reasonably successfully. The Desolation of Smaug. Upgrading theater projectors to 48 fps, even at a cost of several thousand dollars per screen, may pay for itself if it gives theater goers a premium experience.
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Loading comments… Trouble loading? Weinstein and his brother Bob have long argued that they are owed profits from all three Hobbit films through their production and distribution firm The Weinstein Company due to previous ownership of yobbit rights to Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings fantasy epic under the auspices of previous firm Miramax.
Peter Jackson admits to ‘softening’ HD version of The Desolation of Smaug
And how is that done? One is because you see so much more and your eye gets a sense of reality. We’re using cookies to improve your experience. Super-detailed CGI human skin could finally cross the uncanny valley, bring realistic hobbt to games and movies.
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Bobbit think someone else will have to make that movie, but it’ll be a good film to make! Not more like 35mm film necessarily, but just to take the HD quality away from it, which I think I did reasonably successfully.
Because you can resolve both left and right eye simultaneously, in the real world that gives you a sense of being able to track motion. Post a Comment Comment. Upgrading theater projectors to 48 fps, even at a cost of several thousand dollars per screen, may pay for itself if it gives theater goers a premium experience. The real-time method and the menial method.
Jackson remains convinced that the higher frame rate, with its ability to eliminate the screen-blur effect seen at the standard 24fps during fast-paced action sequences, represents a significant step forward.
It does end there. While still pricey, high-frame-rate tools will increasingly become cost effective even for independent filmmakers wanting to take advantage of the new technology.
Gandalf, in The Hobbit: Are there any ways 48fps is an advantage? Perhaps fearing 48tps audience backlash, Jackson has decided not to release any 48 fps trailers for the film — saving the faster frame rate for its debut in hobbif on December These changes may be disconcerting to those used to viewing movies at 24 fps, but new moviegoers could quickly become addicted and not want to go back.
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While The Desolation of Smaug was screened for critics at 24fps in many territories, those who did see it at the higher frame rate have often remarked that the sequel has a much improved look.
Motion interpolation may cause some artifacts, as a result of the computer “guessing” the frames wrong. In motion picture technology—either film or video — high frame rate HFR refers to higher frame rates than typical prior practice. Hobbot Best 70mm I have ever seen”.
So it gives you more of that impression of realism. Retrieved January 19, Such a move had been widely predicted during the film saga’s lengthy production process, during which it expanded from hobbiy movie to an eventual three.
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Why movies like The Hobbit are moving from 24 to 48 fps
Other viewers missed the languid feel of traditional 24 fps movies. Views Read Edit View history. No amount of trying to rewrite history can change that fact.