From: Freya (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jan 14 2008 - 13:17:42 PST
I'm guessing because the video has 50 different fields
(assuming it's PAL and interlaced) whereas the auricon
is only filming 25 frames so it has to throw away
every other field to get 25 different fields on 25
Except I guess it's not quite like that as video has
60 fields in the U.S. (NTSC) and film is usually
24fps, but it's sure to be something like that I'm
guessing. :) Once you start getting into NTSC theres
sure to be maths involved and my head is already
messed up enough already these days without involving
mathy things which I'm not good with at the best of
--- Robert Schaller <email suppressed> wrote:
> Could you explain why the Auricon only got half the
> scan lines? I'm afraid
> I don't quite understand...
> On 1/13/08 9:31 AM, "Jud Yalkut"
> <email suppressed> wrote:
> > of course the Auricon scanning was limited to half
> of the
> > video scan lines
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