From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Mar 02 2006 - 10:26:30 PST
it's called being
not hard 2 understand
On 3/2/06, Sam Wells <email suppressed> wrote:
> > Someone told me he once saw a video copy of Tony Conrad's THE
> > FLICKER... I don't see how this is possible. The patterns Conrad
> > creates are so VERY film specific, relying upon the division of a
> > second into 24ths, I don't think this can ever be translated to 29.97
> > fps.
> You can get some video projectors to display at 24 fps (Sony SXRD).
> What the problem is is replicating the shutter. Of course you could use
> a shutter (I'm thinking of buying some electric fans and a rheostat ;-)
> It's interesting, by temperament I've always been very anti-interlace,
> pro-progressive scanning but I'm coming to love the pulldown ghost
> frame artifacts; to the extent that if I want to throw away 6 frames
> out of 30 in a 30 > 24 (or 29.97 > 23.97) scenario it's the ghost
> frames I want to keep - it's so bizarre I don't understand it ;-)
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.