No, The Avatar Movies Won”t Have A High Frame Rate
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No, The Avatar Movies Won’t Have A High Frame Rate
Even visionaries have their limits.
What Would Avatar: The Way of Water At 120 FPS Look Like?
Did you know Avatar 2: The Way of Water is going to feature scenes shot at 120 fps (HFR)? I used an AI program to interpolate some scenes from the original Avatar this higher frame rate, to see what this could look like.
NOTE: Please watch at 720p or above to get 60 fps and the full effect.
Let me know if you think if high frame rate looks better (and in which situations) in the comments down below!
✨ Programs used:
-I used Video Enhance AI Chronos model to interpolate the framerate from 24 fps to 120 fps (free trial, then paid): https://topazlabs.com/video-enhance-ai/ref/319/?campaign=avatar2
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-I used DaVinci Resolve (video editor) to add the motion blur. You can get Resolve here:
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Avatar & Titanic On 4K Blu-ray Will Have MOTION SMOOTHING James Cameron Says!!!
With no release date in sight a new interview with James Cameron confirms a 4k release for his hit blockbusters Avatar & Titanic, but unfortunately some won’t like this news as Cameron stated that these releases will include default motion smoothing with no news of viewing in a default 24 frames per second.
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How to watch Avatar in High Frame Rate (2022)
James Cameron: ‘3D was a novelty but it’s a consumer choice for Avatar 2’
In 2009, the release of James Cameron’s epic-of-epics Avatar triggered a decade-long boom for 3D cinema — and his long-awaited sequel has hopes to do the same all over again.
“If you think about the way it worked back then, [3D] was a novelty,” Cameron told Yahoo UK, explaining that the landscape has shifted since he debuted Avatar in stereoscopic form.
He added: “Now it has found its level as a consumer choice. At the time we had 6,000 screens worldwide that were 3D screens, now we have 120,000.
“Most big blockbuster movies are made in 3D, so people have a choice — if they like it they can see it in 3D and if they don’t like it they can see it in 2D. I author it both ways.”
Avatar: The Way of Water is available in UK cinemas from 16 December.
No, The Avatar Movies Won’t Have A High Frame Rate Even visionaries have their limits. What Would Avatar: The Way of Water At 120 FPS Look Like? Did you know Avatar 2: The Way of Water is going to feature scenes shot at 120 fps (HFR)? I used an AI program to interpolate some scenes…