In an article on Film Journal International, David Richards makes an argument for standardizing what he calls Intermediate Frame Rate, or about 30 fps.
He writes, “Thirty frames per second is enough of a boost to be a noticeable improvement, but small enough that it wouldn’t be jarring like HFR is. It could also potentially represent a stepping stone. Once the audience accepts and becomes used to the mildly improved 30 fps IFR experience, additional increases in the frame rate could come later, to 40 fps or even eventually 60 fps, and it might be better accepted by being gradual.”
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