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With tv technology changing so much right now..
why don't they make them capable of playing stuff at 24 frames per second? we're already going full widescreen etc, why not make 24 fps stuff playable without pulldowns and all these other headaches? any tech savvy guys wanna fill me in here?
um, its expensive?
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I'm not sure I understand your question. Most HD TVs are at least 120 hz which is a multiple of 24. Non-3D tvs accept an input of 60 hz but have a screen refresh rate of 120 hz so that they can play 24 hz perfectly. 3D tvs can accept an input of 120 hz which is what they use for 3D
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well i just did a tiny bit of reading and i guess a (very) few do it now. what i was saying is rather than have the tv play 30fps, and still have to do a process with stuff shot on film like a pulldown (conversion to make 24fps play on a 30fps monitor, if you dont know what a pulldown is), why not just have the new TVs able to play 24 etc fps natively and normally without altering the video. so i guess, having seen that there are ones with it, my question is, why wasnt this made the standard as we change tv formats?
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