Originally Posted by leamas
I tried to disable the frame interpolation but then it's not watchable. Probably only the clips with no panning or small panning, but in practice when something is moving in the scene, it's simply not usable for me. I have a Samsung F9000 TV. Do you own a TV that has 60p input in 4K?
I have an LG 55" UB9500, and it has HDMI 2.0 on all ports, which makes it 4K60p compliant, however, I'm not aware of any consumer grade camera that even produces 4K 60p content as of yet.
I have a computer running an Nvidia "Kepler" architecture GPU, the latest beta driver for that card will run your computer via HDMI into the LG at 4K60p, albeit, with a slight degradation in color content, which for me, is imperceptible.
Graphics cards that can run the full gamut of colors, and that are HDMI 2.0 compliant will be released later this year, or early next year, so I'm using the Nvidia as a bridge.
In any event, 4K30p footage that does not use frame interpolation will look, naturally, "juddery" if you pan and zoom liberally. That's just the way it is, unless, of course, you use a frame interpolation scheme either in post, or on a television that has the capability of implementing it.
Depending on my own AX100 footage, I either turn it on, or off to suit what I'm viewing. The "shimmering" effect, and the additional moire that frame interpolation introduces to 4K30p footage is the trade off for the "soap opera effect" that smooths out the judder and for what I assume you consider to be watchable.