If you're watching a movie on a 60 Hz monitor, you're not actually watching the movie at all, but only a vague approximation of it.
60/24 = 2.5
>It is impossible to watch a film on 60 Hz monitors.
Again with this fucking meme?
No it's not
It's not the most ideal way to watch a movie but you can watch a movie just fine in them
And if you're just that autistic than many 60hz monitors out there have the option of being ran at 48hz
>mfw 99% of /g/ users have never seen a movie on their monitor
That may sound stupid, but how many fps does anime have? Assuming animation studio had used every single avaible frame in animation
Try telling that to drooling retards that complained about 48Hz Hobbit being "like sped up"
If you download raws you'll see that the video runs at 120fps, but for most shows every about 5 consecutive frames will be the same. Actual framerates for animes are not that high.
You are watching a movie but it's no movie at all, it's just light bouncing off and being processed upside down.
Actual hand drawn animations are 8fps with 2 inbetweens for each key frame. Fast-paced action scenes will get 24fps hand drawn though or it'll look like shit.
Of course there are exceptions, but that's the current industry standard as far as I know.
that's purely because we've been conditioned to subconciously recognize that
shitass framerate = wow movie, such suspense, no belief
smooth, realistic framerate = lel soapy operas, laugh tracks amirite?
The difference is that games don't have realistic motion blur due to the discreet nature of rendering.
It would actually look good if the game was rendered at very high FPS and then reduced to 24 FPS.
>playing movies at 60fps means that you never leave your house
>getting a gf
>believing that there's a right and wrong way in life
>forcing your opinion on other people
You're a massive asshole, anon.
The fact remains that nobody with a 60 Hz monitor is seeing movies as they're intended by their director.
You're basically watching something entirely different, a caricature of the original.
>Do they still film natively at 24 FPS? That seems silly as fuck. Everything should just be 120 Hz.
They film at high resolutions, high bit depth, and save as raw.
That's a lot of data already.
If the output is going to be 24fps you don't gain much from filming at higher frame rates. (maybe slow motion, but you should plan that ahead).
Being able to crop and color grade in post production without quality loss does add a lot.
The film industry only settled for 24fps because film is expensive and bulky.
Claiming it's somehow better is like retrospectively justifying a bad purchase.
Very human, but utter bullshit.