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- n. The number of times an imaging device produces unique consecutive images (frames) in one second. Abbreviation: FPS.
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Aided by a naturally resonant bass voice and a droopy cultivated moustache, he had achieved the notable status of 'a character 'in a business which specialized in them, but behind the flamboyance there was a sharp technician's mind which saw life analytically at twenty-four frames per second and thought in Eastman-colour.
Known as 24p for “24 frames per second progressive”, this new international standard uses the same frame rate as that of the U.S. standard for feature films, and is compatible with traditional audio postproduction.