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Speed

From Chace Audio

Speed is the rate of travel.

With respect to audiotape, speed is described in inches per second (ips). Professional tape machines typically offer 7 1/2, 15, or 30ips.

With respect to film, speed is described in frames per second (fps). 35mm film runs at 24fps. Although in the case of film to PAL videotape transfers, the film might run at 25fps.