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JasonsDrivingForce


Jul 7, 2009, 1:06 PM

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Re: [pico23] Any camcorder users here?
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pico23 wrote:
I'm pretty sure the eye cannot actually physically determine the difference between 30 and 60. There is a lot of debate about what the eye stops seeing at fps, and as I noted above some scenes/types of video can be improved at 60 fps.

Those videos could be enhanced (haven't had a chance to look at this, just got back from a 6 day paddling trip).

There are just physical limitations to what the eye can see (and by eye, I mean eye/brain combo).

Anyway, google frame rate and vision, or something, and there should be tons of papers written on visual limitations.

Check the 60 FPS progressive videos I listed above. You can clearly see the difference if you download the original file. 50-60 FPS is where I think the limit of human vision is based on personal experience. Try it and you will see.

You can interlace 30 FPS video to trick the human eye into thinking they are seeing 60 fps. However, a true 30 FPS progressive video is easily distinguishable from 60 FPS progressive video if the video has any motion at all.

"Some RUMORS says that the human eye can only see up to 30 frames per second and some others something over 400 frames."


http://en.wikipedia.org/...man_eye_.22see.22.3F


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