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post #301 of 305 Old 11-10-2006, 11:22 AM
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either that or at the veryt least enable 72hz with 3:2 pulldown correction

This will never happen. The total number of consumers with displays that can handle 72 Hz is incredibly small. Plus, it is beyond the bandwidth of most chipsets in use now.

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post #302 of 305 Old 11-10-2006, 02:36 PM
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This will never happen. The total number of consumers with displays that can handle 72 Hz is incredibly small. Plus, it is beyond the bandwidth of most chipsets in use now.

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I was talking about 1080i rather than 1080p but I get your point about the number of consumers with that kind of display.

That is why I was wishing that someone hacking the firmware could enable it.

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I'm not sure how this is a big win. No one with a CRT is going to want 24 Hz. Too much flicker. So, you are going to need a processor to get what you want from either 1080p24 or 60 or 1080i60, so having 24 is of no use to us.

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I'm not sure who "us" is, unless you mean CRT owners? It would be a big win for "us" (digital projector owners that can scale 24hz to 48, 72 or 96hz) to remove the judder that 60hz introduces to film-based material. I'd swap out my HD-DVD player for one that outputs 24fps in an instant.
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Back in November, John commented:
> I would like 1080P47.952 mode in this player to use with my G90 PJ to have clean travelings (no-judder) I'm currently studying the Toshiba firmware structure to see if I can re-program the 1080i ->1080p IVTC+scaler to enable this useful mode <<br />
Just curious if you ever made any headway on this?

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post #305 of 305 Old 04-26-2007, 04:47 AM
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It's in the pipe Tim. I should work on my HD-XE1 player about this. I'm still chasing the Reon VX50 datasheet ...

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