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Marco Wulur
u d man
Meep Changeling
I actually did notice the frame rate flux. But, like, 60 FPS is a GAME thing, not a movie thing. Honestly even 120 FPS (assuming you have a monitor that can display that) has a place in games, especially in fast placed skill games where you need to rapidly change the camera's view and still get smooth motion of objects that come into and leave the field of view. Since movie's camera moves are all choreographed, and often static for long periods of time, there's no need for more frames in them.
Dark Rainbow
Into the Spiderverse was choppy as fuck. I couldn’t watch it.
Next job, watch Pete N Pete theme tune
(3:00) This video felt randomly stuttery at 60 FPS, and I couldn't tell why. It wasn't something I could _see_ directly, but just something I felt. Like the video playback wasn't running perfectly, maybe repeating a frame here or there. Then CD confirms this by saying it was playing in 48. – I might not be able to tell if a video is 30 or 60, but if you switch between 30 and 60, the difference during the switch is noticeable.
(3:40) Using different frame rates are fine in different medium; but for the love of God, never use 29.97 or 23.976
Backstreet Hacker
And I'll tell you something else...!!!???🙄
Bills Trash
this is an attack on gamers
Sir Boring Name
Alright I saw the little laser thing for animation I'm excited for the animation episode now
Mark Hansen
The reason why games require such a high frame rate is because of a thing called "Input Lag" (P.S. Games can also be able to run at 120 FPS or higher)

Edit: I know someone already mentioned that.
What about 144 huuuuhhhhh?
I notice between 144 and 120 Hz. Kills me when I watch a movie and a person is walking by a still camera. Untill they stop NOBODy can tell who is it because of all the smudge.
Or try to read a sign or something... It's retarded. Movies should be shot at at least 60 Hz.
I'm a gamer but I don't get the 60fps thing. I cant really see the difference and only in the most twitch circumstances can I get a "feel" for it. That said, when the framerate dips...that annoys the hell out of me. I want a steady rate
Damn...I just tried using my heart to switch to the next video and nothing happened! Why didn't he remind me to use my mind!!!
Worth mentioning that generally video games have higher frame rates because they make the controls more responsive, not because it’s a “lifelike experience”. If we could play at 1000 FPS most of us would.
Cosmo Corner
My friend complains about 60fps. Says it's unplayable.

*laughs in 15fps*
When it comes to video games, FPS is not an aesthetic choice. Higher framerates make for objectively better gameplay than lower.
Doc Holliday
The fact that old TV shows use to run at 60fps might explain why I feel looks cheap.
Darying GT
**watches in 30fps screen**
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