# Thread: 24 frames per second

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## 24 frames per second

i am looking for some different specification of screen so can some one tell me is there screens that can display a refresh of 24 frames per second? as for HD video encoded at 24 frames per second it is stuck at 50 or 60Hz Why? please tell me if any one knows. thank you.

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## Re: 24 frames per second

What is the problem?

If you want a screen with the refresh frequency of 24Hz or (is your "target" 24 frames per second) prepares you to change your eye in the week

Who can do more can do less ...

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## Re: 24 frames per second

The human brain can only see 24 different images per second. That is why movies are shot at this frequency for film, TV is 25 frames per second. DVDs are encoded at 25 frames per second, and blue ray are encoded at 24 frames per second ... When the screen is 50 or 60Hz there are jerks and it is ugly. Is it possible to synchronize the flat to 72 Hz?

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## Re: 24 frames per second

totally wrong, but fairly common misconception. Otherwise you would not flicker when your CRT monitor is set to 60Hz ... The films are shot at 24 frames per second but the fluid comes from the so-called "motion blur" which flouts the movement and gives an impression fluid.

A game at 24 fps spitting sharp images one by one without special transition really gives the impression of rowing

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## Re: 24 frames per second

just check here
Frames per Second FPS

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## Re: 24 frames per second

no.
there is nothing that defines a flow 24images/seconde in normal video and there is two rates 24 to 29 drawings for animated films. Another important point the next evolution will be the 3d hd tv or there will be flow of image 2 (tv 100hz/120hz ) over the 50Hz is a good reason .in the case of 24image / s on a 24Hz tv if the player and the tv did not synchronize well I think you would be in a case where you see only part of the image throughout the film last

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