Friday Aug 30, 2019

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New ‘Filmmaker Mode’ hopes

to end the

scourge of motion smoothing

New 'Filmmaker Mode' hopes to end the scourge of motion smoothing. Technically Tom Cruise has, and we talked about…
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By noreply@redsharknews.com (Andy Stout)
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New 'filmmaker Mode' hopes to end the scourge of motion smoothing. Technically Tom Cruise has, and we talked about that in turn, but either way the upshot is that it is deeply unpopular with filmmakers. It great for high speed action such as sports, not so much for anything that wants to look like it was shot at 24 frames per second.

If you want to watch a movie the way the director intended then you need to dig through all sorts of different menus and find all sorts of different features as while there might be a certain amount of standardisation on the way that modern sets execute motion interpolation, the same is not true for what it called. 'filmmaker Mode' is being designed to give them a much easier way of getting that cinematic feel without the manual having to be involved. It….

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