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Each of the video resolutions allow for different kinds of frame rates as detailed in Table 6.10. The typical Hollywood movie is shot with a film camera, which natively produces 24 frames per second. This film frame rate is translated to 23.976 frames per second to accommodate NTSC television sets. Content can also be acquired through other video acquisition methods, which results in different frame rates. For instance, some high-definition video cameras can mimic film and record at 24 frames per second, or even 29.97 frames per second in interlaced mode. Table 6.10 Supported Resolutions and Frame Rates for Primary Video on Blu-ray Disc
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7. Evaluate the complete follower motion function by applying Eq. (5.47). After the follower motion function is determined, kinematic properties for the velocity v1 (f2, s2), the acceleration A1 (f2, s2), and the jerk J1 (f2, s2) of the synthesized follower motion can be derived by differentiating Eq. (5.37). When the angular and linear velocities of the cam are constant, the derivatives can be expressed as
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