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By Balt (Translasted by Minizyl) - Aug. 3, 2010   

Movies are shorter on television than in movie theaters. Nothing is cut off, but the speed is slightly increased.


Film screening in movie theaters operates at 24 frames per second whereas television broadcasting operates at 25 frames per second, that is a 4% increase in speed.

For example, a movie that lasted 120 minutes (172,800 frames) would last only 115 minutes and 12 seconds if broadcasted on television.


Wikipedia – Conversion to PAL

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kotinsoe - Sept. 29, 2015 - 06:46 - (link to the comment)