Please Explain: 24p

Ty Pendlebury explains the frame rate standard designed to improve the image quality of your Blu-ray discs: 24p.

The term 24p has nothing to do with your TV's resolution. It is a frame rate standard used by Blu-ray players that was designed to improve the image quality of your Blu-ray discs. Ty Pendlebury explains.

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Ty Pendlebury reviews televisions in CNET's New York office. He originally hails from CNET Australia. Ty's interests include gaming, indie music, hi-fi, streaming media, movies, literature, and cycling.

 

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