High frame rate thread. Once you see it you'll never go back, now I'm looking for more.
Second one on the page.
It's just under an hour long. About a third is talking, a third is oral, a third is actual sex. The girl is cute and quality is great, but there is nothing unexpected.
It is worth seeing to see what 60 fps looks like. I can't wait to find 1080p 60 fps, this is only 720p.
>It is worth seeing to see what 60 fps looks like. I can't wait to find 1080p 60 fps, this is only 720p.
Its 2014 and you're just discovering 60fps videos? You reeeally need to check out akiba-online. 60 & 59fps 1080p is common for community blu-ray rips there.
Second, can we get a magnet?
It's actually a bit tricky to rip the image. I'm sure it's possible but I had trouble with it. So let me know if you get it to work before you throw around language that hurts my delicate feelings.
>Anyway, is 60 fps vs 30 fps that much of a difference to you guys?
>thinking interpolated 60fps makes movies look better
Why are people stupid?
I don't own any consoles in fact. I don't watch that much movies/videos so I don't really notice. Anyway I try some more videos, and 720p 30fps isn't that noticeably different to 1080p 60fps, much less 720p 60fps.
interlaced stuff is usually 60 fields/s (barring stupid stuff like telecined for no reason), and when properly deinterlaced the result is 60 frames/s.
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> webm is from 2nd vid in the torrent
Lots of people think movies look "fake" or "CG" or things like that when they are in 60 FPS.
Unrelated note: interpolated framerate increase is not the same as actual higher framerate and personally I would actively avoid watching anything interpolated.
Did someone say 60fps?
No. Interpolation is what fancy TV's do, which is adding fake frames in between real ones.
All purely interlaced content is 60i. Technically 60 frames at half the resolution. Pretty much all JAV is like this. Most of the 30fps rips you see on the internet are missing half the frames.
60i is 60 fields per second interlaced, or 60 half-resolution frames per second, because a field has only every other line
60p would be 60 full frames per second, progressive but that only exists at 720p or lower because bluray a shit
>bluray a shit
BD has no reason to be a shit, though. The format is more than capable of doing 1080p60, and with higher-speed drives in the future (think 16x) should be able to do 2160p60 in 10bit color without breaking a sweat.
I think more of the problem is that HDMI a shit and support for HDMI 1.4 and 2.0 has been astronomically slow to roll out.
I want to know more too. I wish javjunkies would add a detail to their description stating the framerate.
Does anyone know other studios that produce 60FPS jav? just want their ID prefix. just like others like MIDE, ABP, or other popular brands.
Bluray does support 1080/60. 1080/60i is just a broadcast/blu-ray player limitation. Older players didn't have the processing power/read speeds for 1080p/60 and didn't have the correct AVC spec for playback.
For a truly 60/50hz interlaced video, you already have 60/50 frames of movement. Converting 60i to 30p is actually dropping frames. Most digital cameras actively record at 60 frames of movement. People convert down to 24/30 mainly because deinterlacing software tends to do this automatically and because they don't know any better. Jap porn releases are notoriously horrendous when it comes to encoding quality in general.
It's only in cases like film the source most likely isn't 60i and it's interlaced for the purposes of interlaced TV/dvd player compatibility, which means the frame data separation exists for timing and doesn't actually have 60 frames of movement.
Not the person you replied to, but I found it fairly easily and quickly.
If you're using Chromium (or a variant of it):
>Right-click on cover
>Click Inspect Element
>Developer Tools should pop up with <img src="/main/jj.jpg"> selected
>Look above it for <div class="iH" and click it
>On the right-side in Styles you should see "background-image" with a link
what...did you not even read your own wiki link?
>Many current Blu-ray players and recorders can read and write 1920×1080 video at the full 60p and 50p progressive format.
AVC/blu-ray is not "hard capped" to 1080/24p. It all depends on bandwidth and processing power.
The technical capability exists, yes, but the Bluray standard does not allow it because of compatibility. If you make a "Bluray" with 1080/60p you will not be allowed to call it a Bluray or use the logo, because it does not conform to any published Bluray standard, even though it will work in most players.
And that's why no studio will ever make one. At best you'll get amateur stuff who don't care about licenses.