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post prpduction 48 fps


Dec 31 2012, 12:11pm

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havnt heard much either in the vlogs or other sources regarding the PP on the hobbit in regards to working at 48fps, either in the animation departments(2x thework right?) trackers/matte painters/ editers etc.

u=id be interested to hear those thoughts and how much harder it is or the issues caused by 2x the framerate. anyone got any sources/articles etc?

"You Tolkien to me?!" - Hobbit de Niro

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post prpduction 48 fps jimmyfenn Send a private message to jimmyfenn Dec 31 2012, 12:11pm
    It is twice the work load as you say sauget.diblosio Send a private message to sauget.diblosio Dec 31 2012, 1:39pm
    The main difference Lindele Send a private message to Lindele Dec 31 2012, 3:12pm
    The rendering takes 4 times as long with this film Subaruman Send a private message to Subaruman Dec 31 2012, 3:26pm
    In some ways it's less work belfalas Send a private message to belfalas Dec 31 2012, 10:34pm
        48 fps not always half the blur of 24 fps Finrod Send a private message to Finrod Jan 1 2013, 1:46am


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