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Before the preface of digital product, series of still images were recorded on a strip of chemically acclimatized celluloid (photographic film stock), generally at the rate of 24 frames per second. The images are transmitted through a movies projector at the same rate as they were recorded, with a Geneva drive icing that each frame remains still during its short protuberance time. A rotating shutter causes stroboscopic intervals of darkness, but the bystander doesn't notice the interruptions due to flicker emulsion. The apparent stir on the screen is the result of the fact that the visual sense cannot discern the individual images at high pets, so the prints of the images blend with the dark intervals and are therefore linked together to produce the vision of one moving image. An similar optic soundtrack (a graphic recording of the spoken words, music and other sounds) runs along a portion of the film simply reserved for it, and wasn't projected.

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