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I have some 96fps footage that I've been experimenting with but in order to go forward I need to have some way to display it. No matter where I look I can't find anything that will display higher than 60fps footage. I've tried a 120hz monitor, but no luck there. I've also tried to create DCPs in order to use commercial projectors, but no software I can find can create 96fps DCPs. I'm doing this project for an institution with essentially unlimited funds, so money is no object. Does anyone know any way to display 96fps?
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I concur with neonsky. Generally, you will be good with any professional 22" aperture grille CRT display. But Sony FW900 is one of the best, if not the best. I'm a proud owner myself.

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I believe you may still find them used on eBay or craigslist. You will get 96 frames per second without any motion blur.
And since you're writing in a projector forum you will also get what you want from a high bandwidth 8" or 9" CRT projector.
http://curtpalme.com/Projector_Rankings.shtm
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9 inch CRT won't do 1080p96. It will do 1080i96 however.

As Elix has demonstrated the truly awesome power of CRT. Those are gorgeous shots.

This site sells em at a good price with a 90 day warranty.
http://www.accurateit.com/monitors/crt-monitors?page=shop.product_details&flypage=vmj_naru.tpl&product_id=1811&category_id=6
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Why didn't the 120Hz monitor work? It should.
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Why didn't the 120Hz monitor work? It should.

Why should it work? At 120hz he'd have to use some type of odd pulldown method which would totally ruin the fluidity of the original 96fps material. He needs a monitor that accepts and displays at 96hz, which are out there, or a multiple of 96 (192, 288, 384) which you aren't going to find.

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Ah the beauty of pure analog. Resolution in and resolution out.
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Why should it work? At 120hz he'd have to use some type of odd pulldown method which would totally ruin the fluidity of the original 96fps material. He needs a monitor that accepts and displays at 96hz, which are out there, or a multiple of 96 (192, 288, 384) which you aren't going to find.

Oh, yeah. I thought the problem was he couldn't even display all 96 frames or something like that. Although 96FPS is so fast I doubt you would see significant pulldown artifacts. 120Hz panels can also natively do 100Hz as well. Never tried other custom refresh rates though.
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I'm also going to suggest a FW900. I'm a proud owner of two.

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