I have a few years old sony bravia LCD television that has two motionflow settings, one "standard" (to go from 60hz to 120hz as I understand it), one "high" (to go to 240hz). It also has cinemotion settings of "auto 1" and "auto 2."
I'm wondering, when should I have cinemotion on when watching comcast HD TV. I will either be watching in 1080i or 720p. If I'm watching an HD channel, do I need to put cinemotion on to stop the judder? If so, which setting, auto 1 or auto 2? And does this change if I have motionflow on standard or high, or off?
What if I'm watching an on demand movie in HD, like a new one from the blu ray era that was possibly shot in 24fps? (or is that now how it works?)
I just need to know what settings to use. Right now I am watching 1080i HD live TV, and I have no idea whether to use cinemotion or not. Motionflow seems more straightforward to me, if the motion is too blurry I turn it up either to standard or high, but the cinemotion settings I have no idea about.
Thanks for the help!