1080P/24 FPS confusion????
Every where you read about the optimum output of a HD disc being at 1080P/24FPS but how does this work as PAL operates at 25FPS and NTSC at 30FPS?
Now I understand the importance of 24FPS being that on a 35mm Negative in the cinema this is the rate at which it is displayed but a film at your local Odeon is not displayed in either PAL or NTSC as these formats do not apply until the film enters the HOME CINEMA DOMAIN. So how can you get a 24FPS image from either PAL or NTSC without actually loseing information?
Also by saying that to enjoy HD video fully you need a display that can display 1080p/24 then does that mean that to us with mear HD ready sets if we wish to watch either BLU-RAY or HD-DVD then will will have a jerky image on panning shots? And if so how comes as this does not occur with dvd at either 25 or 30 FPS?