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I've got a lg47cs570 which i Like and want too keep except I was wondering what this is.

I notice it on standard def and specifically on a hidef channel that shows still pictures.On some pictures parts of the image sparkles/flickers and ALSO little parts of image are moving around like worms like it's not stable/still.turning sharpness down reduces alot of it but makes it too blurry if I turn down too much.I've tried all the different hdmi ,component inputs.

What is this? I've looked around google but can't find exactly what this is.this is the second tv ive had this problem but I've had 2 tvs that did not do this(or at least not nearly as noticeable if it did). On cabletv,pvr box,
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I've got a lg47cs570 which i Like and want too keep except I was wondering what this is.
I notice it on standard def and specifically on a hidef channel that shows still pictures.On some pictures parts of the image sparkles/flickers and ALSO little parts of image are moving around like worms like it's not stable/still.turning sharpness down reduces alot of it but makes it too blurry if I turn down too much.I've tried all the different hdmi ,component inputs.
What is this? I've looked around google but can't find exactly what this is.this is the second tv ive had this problem but I've had 2 tvs that did not do this(or at least not nearly as noticeable if it did). On cabletv,pvr box,

If you turn off Trumotion, does the issue remain? If not, you may want to disable it when you see such artifacts or at least dial it down.

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Trumotion has no effect on it.
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Sharpness should be Zero or as low as possible and as mention above Trumotion interpolation should be set to a very low value to reduce artifacts caused by interpolating images of very small ofjects.
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Sharpness should be Zero or as low as possible and as mention above Trumotion interpolation should be set to a very low value to reduce artifacts caused by interpolating images of very small ofjects.

zero is correct for some brands like the Samsungs but 50 is correct for the LGs

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