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24 fps from blu-ray discs

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players' started by jonoc, Jun 25, 2008.

  1. jonoc

    jonoc Active Member

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    Do all pre-recorded blu-ray discs output 24 fps.
    If not, how do you know which do and which don't.
    Also, if you play a SD DVD on a blu-ray player which is set to 24 fps output will the panel display the picture correctly.
     
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    Hi jonoc. :)
    Nearly all are 1080p/24,there's few music BD's @1080i/60 (video) though.
    SD DVD on a PAL BD player will be @ 50Hz,as per normal :smashin: NTSC will be @ 60Hz,.
    The BD50 (NTSC) can play film DVD @ it's original framerate.......24fps.
    EDIT: Most playes auto-switch framerate when you play a DVD,if already set to 24p.
    Cheers.
     
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