Is there anything that is significantly better to watch at 60fps or higher?
Not OP and not a regular poster here but what do you guys think of Parasyte (Kiseijuu etc..)? I personally really enjoy it. Having tried Tokyo Ghoul, I can safely say Parasyte is superior in almost every aspect. That is just my opinion though. Can't wait for the next episodes.
Just because the video itself runs at 24 fps does not mean that every frame is animated. Please stop saying stupid things now.
That's not the reason actually, they could make anime from 24fps content into 60 but there's no reason because:
24 is anime/film standard
the actual unique frames per second in anime can be 6-12 depending on scene which is way lower than 24 already so upping to 60 would simply make the panning scenes more smooth and nothing else.
Animation is when something is moving
You can have a single frame of an animation play for more than one frame of a video, but it's not animated at a higher frame rate because of that you fucking mongoloid.
I prefer the manga because I read it a long time ago, but the anime is a great adaptation. Specifically the ending of this most recent episode, I think Shinicihi's VA does a great job.
Read the manga.
From what I've seen the manga looks a bit too simplistic for my taste. I just found out it's an old manga, I guess that's why. Is there any reason why it took so long for it to be adapted into an anime?
>Thinking it's bait
Anime airs at 24 fps, to make it 60 it would take about twice as long, this isn't hard to understand.
Yes, so it's running at 24 fps at all times regardless, it could be made into 60 by multiplying the animated parts frames by 2.5.
>It's running at 8 fps inside the 24 fps
Except that's not what was said. In fact, they explicitly made clear that they were not saying that it was running at 8 fps. It's being animated at 8 fps, which is totally different than running at 8 fps.
>What's the best website to download/read free mangas?
Go fuck yourself with a rake or lurk more.
>Would reading the manga ruin the anime for me?
I don't really understand what you're saying, since the manga came first. That's like saying reading the book will ruin the movie for you. There's no real reason not to read the manga, because it's what the anime is based on. There's really nothing else to spoil at this point, Kana dying was the only shocking thing that happened.
I think some recent Toei stuff has been 30fps too, HaCha for example I think might be because Doremi releases (24fps) are really choppy very noticeable in panning but the early Shimakaze releases in 30 fps are really smooth.
Also I'm fairly sure Matsutaro's OP was 30fps because HS CR releases were 30fps but due to failed VFR/ framerate conversion or maybe just ignorance the show got released by CR completely in 30fps when only the intro was actually 30fps which resulted in fucked up frame timings during the actual episodes.
Because it basically does. Anime has plenty of still frames where nothing happens. Stuff is animated with this in mind. If you interpolate that animation, more movement is conveyed in that same time frame. Thus, the movement looks strangely fast and jarring with the stills.