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24p

(24 frames per second Progressive) The frame rate of movie film. Modern video cameras capture images at 24 fps as well as 30 fps (29.97 fps). DVD players and HDTV sets also support 24p (see DTV). See 1080p/24 and 120 Hz.
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The 24p stock is cheap and there's just one step after you shoot.
5% or 24p to 509p, with Drax also sustaining heavy losses, off 28p at 700.
The two-hour premiere which is slated for June, was shot in 24p HDcam with a 16:9 aspect ratio.
The DVX100 is an affordable, 24p, 3-CCD camcorder that produces beautiful film-like images and is a proven performer with hundreds of independent movies to its credit," said Jan Crittenden, product line business manager, Panasonic Broadcast & Television Systems Co.
The group led the day's losers, shedding 24p, or 3%, to 817.
Displays, 24P High Definition System for Movie and TV Production,
You will be able to enjoy the film in the theatre's HD 24p 2K digital projection with Surround Sound.
The biggest riser was BHP Billiton, up more than 3% or 24p at 717.
The free upgrade activates 1080 24p and 24psF support on the HD I/O card for universal mastering of film and video content.
For added flexibility, the HVX200 is also equipped with a Mini-DV tape drive for shooting 4:3 and 16:9 images on DV tape in 60i, 30p and 24p.
Here at NAB 2005, Panasonic also announced an expanded line-up of DVCPRO P2 solid-state memory products with the introduction of a shoulder-mount broadcast-quality camcorder, a ruggedized portable drive and the world's first hand-held SD/HD camcorder with 24p HD recording.
They then created a final 24p master from the Avid DS Nitris system and used it to generate a digital intermediate from which several 35mm original negatives were made for the widely distributed feature.