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Subject: Re: FLASH: Re: What are the basic levels of FPS?
From: twalenta
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 17:08:39 +0100

In traditional animation done with film people use a rate of 12 fps (half
of the 24 fps rate you get with film) and with video they use a rate of
15 fps (half of the 30 fps rate you get with video) in order tu cut the
number of images they have to film. It is said that a 12 fps rate is the
minimal rate for the human eye, meaning that at 12 fps the eye will see a
uniform mouvement, if you go under 12 fps there will be a «gerking»
effect. Since 12 fps is the minimum rate you can use 15 fps for a good
result. Using more than 15 fps is unnecessary.



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