Subject: RE: Anyone ever used a Compaq EVO laptop?
To: 'Perry E. Metzger' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Lindgren, Jon <Jon.Lindgren@gs.com>
Date: 06/03/2003 09:33:07
> > I swear, if I ever get time, I'll add inverse telecine code to Ogle.
> What's "inverse telecine"?
The process to take film (24 frame/sec) to NTSC video (60 field/sec) is
called telecine. The do some repeating of film frames in what's called a
3:2 cadence to produce 60 fields/sec for NTSC video. Inverse telecine is
the removal of this cadence to reconstruct the original 24 fps film stream.
It makes a difference on large screens.
There is a good explanation of the whole process here: