Video Essay: The History of Frame Rates

Continuing with my new series of resource links – from video essays, to cinematographer interviews, how-to tips and the like – today I want to share with you a video essay brought to us by the team at FilmMakerIQ – a great piece that unpacks the history of that most essential element of film and television: the frame rate.

Be prepared though: at just over 15-minutes in length, this one will take a commitment which you may not usually afford online media content: however, if you are willing to stick it out, then you will find that it is quite informative, and presented in a way that makes it well worth watching. Enjoy!

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