Home Televisions and the Acceptance of High Frame Rate

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Patrick von Sychowski of Celluloid Junkie discusses high frame rate cinema and how it looks playing on high-end home television sets.

He writes, "When [audiences] do go and see The Hobbit: the Desolation of Smaug in the multiplex it will thus look *exactly* like every other film that they see at home. This is the background against which the public 'acceptance' of HFR needs to be discussed. Not against some lofty ideal of how other films look in the cinema, because that is increasingly irrelevant."

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