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Old 09-10-2020, 10:49 AM
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Very much reminds me of the debate of “analog vs digital” among the audiophiles and both camps have their valid points. The Hollywood “digital vs film” debate also has valid points with both camps. Here is a good video on the topic with the focus on the message the media itself can impart.

The film qualities or shortcomings transcend the technical and become the romantic, nostalgic, familiar or perhaps even connect on the more subconscious level than we realize. Can digital achieve the same?

https://youtu.be/jv7y7TbHlQM


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Old 09-10-2020, 04:14 PM
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I like the whole Tarantino quote:

"If I can't shoot on film I'll stop making movies," ........He added, "If we're acquiescing to digital projection, we've already ceded too much ground to the barbarians. The fight is lost if all we have is digital, DCP presentations. To me, that's just television in public."

And in the Vox article you could replace “film” with “vinyl” and create the audio analog to the film vs digital video debate.

Turning back around to the main topic of the thread, I have never seen an LCD TV from any manufacturer with a picture I liked.

Whereas I really like CRT, OLED and plasma displays.

The raw performance of the medium does not tell the whole story.
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The worst culprit that Tarantino describes must be the new 60/120fps format for movies.

I was watching Gemini Man in UHD60 and OMG it was terrible.

I had watched the FullHD24 version previously and was drawn in to the movie’s special effects.

With 60fps, you could tell the explosion was just a smoke bomb. you could also see the deliberate choreography of when the actor moved to position. These don’t appear that obvious when you watched in 24fps.

Impressive detail up close though.
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For sure part of the cinema experience is based on the 24 FPS flicker.
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