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TV3: The Hobbit – Filming at double the frame rate

April 28, 2011 at 9:58 am by linuxelf  - 

In Peter Jacksons first article posted on his blog [Facebook] he talked about shooting The Hobbit at 48 fps double that of the normal 24 fps.

In this interview with Kevin Riley from NZ Cinematographers Society [NZCS] explains what filming at 48f ps is all about. [Youtube] [TV 3]

 

Posted in Director news, Director Rumors, Hobbit Book, Hobbit Movie, Hobbit Movie FAQ, Miscellaneous, Peter Jackson, Production, The Hobbit, Tolkien on April 28, 2011 by Source: TV3.co.nz
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2 responses to “TV3: The Hobbit – Filming at double the frame rate”

  1. Andrew says:

    Youtube video has no audio.

  2. Zoniax says:

    I can’t for the life of me understand WHY Jackson wants this. Double the framerate= home videos. Completely ruins the experience.

    I saw Public Enemies, which was also filmed at a high FPS. I walked out of that theatre and didn’t even KNOW whether I liked the movie or not, because the whole 3 hours looked like it was shot on a camcorder. It’s so unnecessary and jarring.

    Closer to reality? Why am I watching a fantasy film about dragons and dwarves and hobbits, again? High FPS takes you out of the film and leaves you in the cold.

    No thanks, PJ. If this movie isn’t available in theatres in non-3D, 24 FPS, I WILL wait for the DVD/Blu Ray.

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