Like a cheap TV show.
Everything looks fucked. Like the sound's at the right rate but the movement seems too fast, like a Charlie Chaplin film.
doesnt it, like just not quite right
true if the criteria is 'the cinema industry continuing to make vast sums of money'
that people get paid by the frame?
i used to prefer to make my films 12fps for the jerky Harryhausen look. SHOWS WHAT YOU KNOW
he put in LOTR every 2 minutes look like in 48fps
If I'm not throwing up popcorn and cursing the name of Jackson by the time I leave, I shall be very disappointed.
so maybe you can't see it.
jackson should have locked off his tripods and only used static shots
18 FPS SUPER-8 FOR LYFE
i discovered when I played it back i'd subconsciously done it at 25fps anyway -__-
I hope it'snto true but apparently they've got the book, threw it in the bin and made this a cinematic LOTR prequel.
I mean the more mechanical feel was what I was after, I think if you're making summat with puppets everyone knows you're making it with puppets, so why not make it look like it's been made with puppets?
I’m confused how you can convert 24fps to 48fps without simply doubling every frame? Surely if it’s filmed in 48fps then that’s 48 different frames rather than 24 different frames doubled up?
That's why I'm not keen on a lot of super high budget modern stop motion eg Tim Burton related stuff, it might as well be CGI if it gets TOO smooth... On the other hand a curse on Wes Anderson for frame reducing great animation after the fact because it looked too 'good' >_<
So away with your Daily Mail hyperbole.
although i like the way in films like Wallace and Gromit they modelled fingerprints onto the CGI characters so that they looked like plasticene :)
It was some film person. I can't remember though.
If it was the Daily Mail, it would be "immigrant workers steal actiing job and guess who picks up the bill" or something.
please support instead of The Hobbit: http://drownedinsound.com/community/boards/social/4421426
buthten etha ll the films are too long
no idea why cinema can't keep up.
like when people try and pretend FLAC or MP4 files sound better than MP3s, etc, but i watched a clip in 48fps, and it was truly dreadful. Looked like a cheap telly soap, and i genuinely felt a bit dizzy watching it.
If that's really what it does, i doubt i'd make it through a film without walking out, or even vomiting.
apparently if you watch more than 10 minutes of it your brain adjusts
lotr is appalling