Yesterday while viewing Alice in Wonderland 3D I was wondering how would 48Hz/fps look in a home setting since the Hobbit is not being screened in 1,000 cinemas in America using this format. I then began to poke around in my system settings and noticed my set was displaying 48Hz for the movie. I have the Vizio M3D550KD and was wondering if this is a common feature for 3D HDTV’s already or no? I know many Blu-Rays have 24Hz but do some already have this 48Hz? And if it is indeed common was the film actually captured using a higher frame rate or was that part of the 3D conversion process or is it just my TV doing the up conversion in frame rate? I have many other 3D Blu-Rays that I will test out shortly Alice in Wonderland just happened to be the one I noticed. I have yet to see the Hobbit in HRF 3D but I will soon, I wonder if it looks as amazing as I hope.
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