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  1. Why is it that most of the world's videos are shot at 24 frames per second? The fact is that this is the number of frames that the eye needs to avoid noticing jumps between images. At the beginning of the twentieth century, when animation was invented, even 10 frames per second were used. The human brain, of course, builds an intermediate image even with such shooting, but this is probably the cost of additional brain resources. The brain figures out which image is between the frames to see the action. It is clear that the brain does not have to do such work in real time. And that's the answer to your question. At 60 frames per second, a person spends less brain resources and the picture also becomes more close to reality.

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