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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.

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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.

Source:

Wikipedia – Conversion to PAL


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

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