Do I need to turn on Real Cinema (LG) if both my BD player is set to 24 fps? - AVS Forum
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I don't know if my TV actually supports 24 fps or if it can just display it
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Which LG? I have the LD520 and it fully supports 24p if the source sends it. I leave Real Cinema on. On the 120Hz models, "Real Cinema" takes 24p content and displays each frame 5 times, preserving the natural 24p film cadence.
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What does the LG support say or the manual? I would think if it has the Real Cinema option it would support 24fps. Leaving Real Cinema on all of the time, in theory, has no effect on any other material other 24fps if the source is encoded that way. In fact, Real Cinema should be grayed out if you try to set it on any other type of source material. For blu-ray movies, TruMotion off and Real Cinema on.
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