Toshiba announces upcoming support for 24p output in HD DVD standalones

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    Toshiba, primary backer of the HD DVD high-definition optical format, has announced that in September they will be bringing native output support for 24p (1080p@24fps) to several models in their range of HD DVD players via firmware update. A feature long desired by videophiles and fans of the format, such a move will allow the Toshiba HD-XA2 and HD-A20 to output film-based content at the native 24 frames-per-second of the source material

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