Tests With 120fps Web Video In Real-Time!

Blur Busters browser tests have shown Chrome, Internet Explorer 10+ and FireFox 25+ can play 120fps video in real-time! This video is a true 120fps real-time video, not slow motion.  You must use a 120Hz monitor and a recent nVidia/ATI GPU to view this video at full frame rate.

Cameras capable of 120fps can be obtained for under $200, including Casio EX-FC200S. A better model is GoPro Hero 3, which can capture 120fps in high definition 1280x720p. Usually, 120fps is “slo-mo”, but can be sped-up to real-time playback on 120Hz monitors.
For instructions, see article 120fps Web Video In Real-Time on how to create such videos.

EDIT: For a 1080p embedded video at 120 frames per second, see the newer article.

About Mark Rejhon

Also known as Chief Blur Buster. Founder of Blur Busters. Inventor of TestUFO. Read more about him on the About Mark page.

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FRAPS reports 105-107 fps while playing the video in Chrome. There’s visible stutter every half a second or so, which I assume is caused by dropped frames. None of my hardware seems to be even close to being maxed out — whatever the problem is, it lies in software.


Hey, Mark. Things have come a long way since the first days of “HDTV Blur” Wikipedia page. Great job being the catalyst of change! I viewed your first 120Hz video from my Seiki 120Hz display I bought as a result of your most recent research. I haven’t gotten LightBoost 2d to work (not sure if it works yet) on my display, but just running at 120Hz on a 50″ LCD for $1000 is a huge step forwards from where things were back in 2007 when I first started researching into these artifacts. Things are completely different now and I believe much of that is a result of your intense focus in spreading the word around the internet about these technical issues.


Welcome to Blur Busters! 😀

I tested CRT 21″ monitor Samsung 1100P+, Intel Core [email protected] and GeForce GTX 480@stock-reference (320.49WHQL) to watch this video and I got no any micro-stutter at 1280×720@120Hz (normal 2D) 😀 running Aurora beta 24.0a2 (similar to Firefox) and Win 7 x64 SP1. 😀 But I got microstutter in lastest Google Chrome.


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