Originally Posted by layzzzee8
I had to run 24p sync with kodi on my last set but with the ks8000 I haven't had the need to sync. I run everything at 60p with no issues. Makes it nice because you don't get that blank screen while the resolution changes. You might have been getting the microstutter from running AMP along with the video cards motion settings. Try turning everything off and letting the TV handle everything. I just love how Kodi organizes all my content. Makes me wish I had the Sony since Kodi is on the android App Store built into the tv. No need for a PC. Just a NAS drive with all your content or a shared folder on the network is all you need.
Yeah I have all my graphics cards video settings switched off completely, when I turned off "Inverse Telecine" in Nvidia Control Panel (I'm running GTX 1080 cards), I get a nano-stutter LMAO, every couple seconds really minute. Still get the microstutter every few seconds or so.
My cpu, and media are fine, I get the same results when playing from Blu-Ray drive, HDD or SSD. rtings.com says this TV has no trouble with judder on 24p content over 60Hz unlike past Samsung TVs. They use AMP, but have all settings at zero I believe. When I have AMP set the same way, I don't have the same periodic microstutter, but I do see hints of judder in all motion. (Just small trails when arms move, etc.) It's not annoying and I think all LCDs have it.
Being that I get really smooth micro-stutter free playback via Blu-rays on PS4, Native TV Streaming on Netflix, and now on Kodi via 24p refresh I'm going to stop worrying about this. lol. I do believe something is up between my graphics cards and the software with regards to 3:2 pulldown of 24p sources being outputted to 60Hz. One of these 2 items isn't doing their job properly. XD
I dunno man... Could also be a byproduct of me sitting like 24-36" away from the screen, but that still doesn't explain why the Sony X850D doesn't have this issue. Ehh, it is what it is and I'll take the better picture quality any day. lol.
Also I want to clarify to others shopping for TVs reading this thread. I still highly recommend the KS8500 to be used as a PC monitor for 4K gaming (that is if your gfx cards are up to the task), it's always super smooth for gaming, general desktop use, etc. and these micro-stutter issues are only associated with playing 24p video files over certain software video players with my gfx cards outputting at 60Hz.
Thanks again for the advice though layzzzee8. =)
EDIT: I think the issue I'm having is what's described in the image I captured here: