It all started in 1991 with the introduction of QuickTime. Fast forward fifteen years and filmmaking is more accessible than ever.
The 24p Revolution
In the past fifteen years we have seen a revolution in the way film and video are shot, edited, and distributed. This revolution began and will continue because digital technologies are rapidly replacing analog ones and in some cases are replacing current digital solutions. DVDs have replaced VHS tape, but they will quickly be supplanted by on-demand Internet video.
For me, this revolution began in 1991 as I sat in my dorm room watching a 180 × 160 pixel QuickTime movie running at 15 ...