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HTS
post Dec 22 2011, 09:32
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For average human eyes, what is the maximum number of FPS which above that the human eye will no longer be able to detect skips? (i.e. the "motion" definition given)

I don't want to resurrect that thread.

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knutinh
post Dec 26 2011, 23:37
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http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=135606

For average human eyes, what is the maximum number of FPS which above that the human eye will no longer be able to detect skips? (i.e. the "motion" definition given)

I don't want to resurrect that thread.

If you have content consisting of 1 white frame with a duration of 1/1000 second followed by 999 black frames each with a duration of 1/1000 second, you would probably notice it if the white frame was dropped.

So, since video does not play nicely with sampling theory it is hard to find the kind of content-independent hard limit that you seem to search for.

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