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(YouTube)   What if "Jason and the Argonauts" had smoother stop motion i.e. 120fps vs. 24fps?   ( divider line
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What If Jason and the Argonauts Had Smoother Stop-Motion?

What if the 1963 movie Jason of the Argonauts had smoother stop-motion animation for its effects scenes made by the famous Ray Harryhausen? I used an AI program to interpolate the scene to a higher frame rate to see what that would look like.

You liked a similar video I did about 1933's King Kong, so I thought I'd do a sequel of sorts. What do you think of the results?

✨ Programs used:
-I used Flowframes with RIFE to interpolate the framerate from 23.98 fps to 191.74 fps and then used FFMPEG to reduce that back to 60 fps. Flowframes is free and you can find it here:

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