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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Huff View Post
    But, even so, should not the option for HFR be available to anyone who has an interest in the look? I think people who claim they "can't get into the story" because of HFR are really stretching the point. People still loved All in the Family, didn't they? It was a big hit.
    My understanding is it doesn't have to be either or. You can easily have both. If you cut out half the frames from 48 you get 24 and it looks exactly the same as if you'd shot it at 24p originally.

    I agree, there's absolutely no harm in releasing HFR versions of movies, or shooting HFR. It can easily be converted into 24p with no loss in quality. Tastes vary widely and I'm sure some people prefer the HFR over 24p.

    How much cost does it add to shoot in 48 HFR and make an HFR copy? In Hollywood terms maybe not that much?


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    The problem with HFR is that the resolution maxes out at 720p on your Blu-Ray player.


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