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Hobbit 48fps clip
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11 Nov - 2 min - Uploaded by BajadriverHST You'll need the chrome browser to see the difference. Sorry for the subtitles. 30 Oct - 3 min - Uploaded by Marcus Vinicius Silva The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - Trailer @ 48fps High Quality. 18 Dec - 8 sec - Uploaded by DisneyResearchHub Please set the playback video quality to "HD" (either p48 or p48 on supported browsers.
19 Dec The first time Peter Jackson presented footage from 'The Hobbit' at 48 Even with Battle of the Five Armies, the 48fps screenings are getting. 19 Dec For some, HFR will be a potential a new tool in their arsenal for telling Therefore Peter Jackson decided to shoot the Hobbit in 48 fps to try to .. That resulting image is much worse than HD footage captured in a higher. 17 Dec - 3 min This is "The Hobbit Trailer @ 48fps HD p" by plafon-guidon.com on Vimeo, the home for high.
32 discussion posts. Tamahome said: Is it so hard to view on the information superhighway?, aldenoneil said: They don't want to scare us away., Warren sa. 26 Apr Ten minutes of glorious 48fps footage from The Hobbit was recently shown at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. It's unfortunate that RED couldn't show. 30 Apr Some speculated that audiences would get used to the look of 48fps footage over the course of an entire feature film, rather than while looking. 4 Dec That's been a tough question to answer for months now, ever since the first footage from An Unexpected Journey premiered for journalists and. The Hobbit Trailer Motion Smoothed for HFR simulation. Until December or Peter Jackson releases a 48fps official trailer. Here's The Hobbit.
14 Dec Peter Jackson's grand experiment with frames-per-second digital footage is just the latest in a long line of filmmakers pushing the. 6 Nov YouTube recently enabled High Frame Rate (HFR) playback supporting 60 frames per second and the new Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies. 4 Jun Some like it, many hate it, half don't even know what it means, and the only people to have actually seen any Hobbit footage at 48fps are those. Friends and I had access to a RED Scarlet camera and we shot a bunch of our own Hobbit footage at 3k 48fps. We wanted to release them.