Stan Diamond (
Wed, 13 May 1998 15:07:58 -0400

>all video plays 30fps - actually they are not frames but fields (2 fields =
>1 frame) even LD's. when film is transfered to video (roughly) every other
>frame is doubled. however you can watch a film at 24fps on a
>video(computer) monitor(not really but kinda).

Just to keep everything technically accurate, it is in fact 30 frames per
sec. with each frame being broken down into an odd and even field - ie 60
fields per sec. This is also known as interlaced video.


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