Originally Posted by iemonslice
I've noticed something very strange with my TruMotion auto enabling issue. I only have the issue on the HDMI input that my cable box* is plugged into. I don't have the issue on the HDMI input that my Asus O!Play media player is plugged into. I tried swapping the HDMI inputs and still only the input with the cable box displayed the issue. I also tried swapping the cables and still only the cable box input had the problem. For completions sake, I moved the cable box into the 3rd HDMI input and it still displayed the issue. Anyone else able to corroborate my obvservation?
*My cable box is a Samsung SMT-H3260 with cable service from Time Warner Cable in NYC.
Just completed another round of testing with my BD590 connected via HDMI-1 to the Media Box and I get mixed results, dependent upon the BD590's configuration and the panel's Real Cinema setting -
Edit: Media Box was running in wired mode (HDMI to the panel) and HDMI-1 was labeled Blu-ray. As we know from various posts -- the input, input source, and input label are evaluated by the TruMotion handler. (Thanks to KakimotoRift for flagging the input label and his exceptionally useful contributions to this forum.)
Case 1. BD590 set for 1080/24p operation w/ Real Cinema On - No issues (TruMotion Off explicitly sent)
Case 2. BD590 set for 1080/60p operation w/ Real Cinema On - Broken
Case 3. BD590 set for 1080i operation w/ Real Cinema On - Broken
Case 4,5,6 same as 1,2,3 w/ Real Cinema Off - Broken
The Case 1 log has the following entries of interest -
011.529:tUiMain ] [FRC ] MEMC set index: 3
011.530:tUiMain ] [FRC ] MEMC level 3
011.593:tUiMain ] [FRC ] MEMC set index: 0
011.594:tUiMain ] [FRC ] MEMC level 0
012.326:tUiMain ] [FRC ] MEMC set index: 3
012.327:tUiMain ] [FRC ] MEMC level 3
The MEMC index values (from the FRC Change TruM Level submenu) are -
Set MEMC Level? 0=Off, 1=Low, 2=High, 3=5:5Pull down, 4=1Frame, 5=all frame use
We see that two MEMC commands are given -
MEMC set index: 3 - configure the TruMotion chip for 5:5 pulldown
MEMC set index: 0 - set TruMotion Off
Note that an index value of 5 corresponds to TruMotion Low.
Did you ever place a service call with LG?