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I think he is trying to avoid the confusion of saying "calibrated" vs "adjusted". They insinuate different things. Calibration requires instrumentation and software while "adjustments" are what every user does by eye (with Avia disc, etc)
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The Samsung plasma D8000 series (2011) accepts and displays 1080p/24 HDMI input. What purpose does "Cinema Smooth" have in this scenario? Can't a plasma display 24 progressive frames per second of a BD movie and is not contrained to 30/60/120, etc?

Wouldn't Cinema Smooth only be useful for other sources like perhaps DVD which can't be sent in 24fps?
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The Samsung plasma D8000 series (2011) accepts and displays 1080p/24 HDMI input. What purpose does "Cinema Smooth" have in this scenario? Can't a plasma display 24 progressive frames per second of a BD movie and is not contrained to 30/60/120, etc?

Wouldn't Cinema Smooth only be useful for other sources like perhaps DVD which can't be sent in 24fps?

Cinema smooth gives you the option of disabling 1080p/24 (i believe the set accomplishes this by using a 96Hz refresh) in lieu of 1080p/60.

I leave it set to auto but some on this forum are distracted by the increased brightness when it is engaged, so they disable it.
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It does use 96hz, and it does raise MLL. For example, a larger 7000/8000 goes from 0.007 to 0.012 fL when it is enabled.
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It does use 96hz, and it does raise MLL. For example, a larger 7000/8000 goes from 0.007 to 0.012 fL when it is enabled.

Ok, so if your tv can only display non multiples of 24 then I see the purpose. But if your BD player can output 24hz and the tv can display @ 24 times/ sec (Hz), then what would Cinema Smooth be doing in such a case?
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No tv can display 24 at 24, they have to be in multiples. 120, 72, 96, 240, whatever. Few scenarios:
  • Your tv does not have a 24hz capable mode (72/96/120) but accepts 24p. If you send it 24p, it outputs it as 60hz, using 2:3
  • Your tv has a 24hz capable mode. You then chose to use it, or not, depending on how smooth you perceive it to be. You can have flicker on Panasonic plasmas, and MLL rise on Samsungs
  • Your TV does not have 24hz capabilities, and it cannot accept 24p. You then have to force 60hz out from the BR player.

To properly display a 24hz source, you need CS ON, but lose some MLL. If off, it just performs pulldown.
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Cinema smooth gives you the option of disabling 1080p/24 (i believe the set accomplishes this by using a 96Hz refresh) in lieu of 1080p/60.

I leave it set to auto but some on this forum are distracted by the increased brightness when it is engaged, so they disable it.

Is Cinema smooth an option when playing an avi or mkv file from a USB stick? Or from my network? Assuming the file is 1080p of course. It always seems grayed out.

Also, in the Film Mode menu, what is the difference between Auto1 and Auto2? Thanks!
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CS is only available for 1080p/24.

Auto 1 is to properly deinterlace 1080i and what should be uses. Auto 2 handles scrolling text better.
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CS is only available for 1080p/24.

Thanks! And just to clarify, then CS should be available for 1080p/24 regardless of the source (BR, Media mkv file, etc.)?
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CS is only available for 1080p/24.

Auto 1 is to properly deinterlace 1080i and what should be uses. Auto 2 handles scrolling text better.

Anyone know why Samsung made the choice that it would only be avalible when playing movies at 1080P/24 ?

When playing MKV files the movie stutters, when the camera pans from side to side and that can only be fixed with CS on ...

On the VT30 you can enable it with MKV files and TV, so why Samsung made this choice is a mystery to me ...

PS. Is there any way to make MKV movies play at 1080P/24 with the Samsung media player ?
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Thanks! And just to clarify, then CS should be available for 1080p/24 regardless of the source (BR, Media mkv file, etc.)?
From the manual:

Film Mode (Off / Auto1 / Auto2 / Cinema Smooth for PDP TV ): Sets the TV so
that it senses and then processes film signals from all sources automatically
and adjusts the picture for optimum quality. The Cinema Smooth function is
only active when the TV inputs an HDMI 24Hz signal.
NNAvailable in TV, AV, COMPONENT (480i / 1080i) and HDMI (480i / 1080i).


So I believe the answer is "no", it must be input via HDMI.
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Larry,

tried your #2 settings with the adjustment to contrast and cell light,
that did not induce any fluctuations i could detect. with the #3 settings
it was very obvious with 1080i content.
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Im not very knowledgeable on calibration stuff but could someone please explain why you guys picked sharpness to be 0? Right now Ive tried both Tivo's and Larry's settings but still the default dynamic setting seems to have more vibrant colors. I have the tv in a pretty dark room at night.

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Go with your preference, that's what matters in the end. As far as sharpness, it should be set with a test pattern, which mine ended up at 10.
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Larry,

tried your #2 settings with the adjustment to contrast and cell light,
that did not induce any fluctuations i could detect. with the #3 settings
it was very obvious with 1080i content.


HDLVR,

Thanks for taking the time. I truly appreciate it.

Just to make sure that there is no misunderstanding, let me restate in a different form what you said.

With your D7000 and a 1080i source, these settings cause no obvious brightness fluctuations:
#2: cell = 15, cont = 80, gamma = +1
#2a: cell = 20, cont = 70, gamma = +1

And this setting with a 1080i source causes very obvious brightness fluctuations:
#3: cell = 10, cont = 94, gamma = 0


You can see where I am going with this. Right now, all or a combination of all of the three variables could be the cause of the fluctuations -- again, at least for your TV. At this point, I am reluctant to ask for a change in gamma from +1 to 0 because that will require a significant change in the brightness setting to maintain a decent picture. And that, in turn, will only add another variable and make the problem more complex.

So I guess that the only reasonable request that I can ask of you is to create a #2b condition with cell = 10, cont = 94, and gamma = +1. (Of course, this might require a very small adjustment of your brightness setting.) You decide if you want to continue playing.


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Is Cinema smooth an option when playing an avi or mkv file from a USB stick? Or from my network? Assuming the file is 1080p of course. It always seems grayed out.

Also, in the Film Mode menu, what is the difference between Auto1 and Auto2? Thanks!

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From the manual:

Film Mode (Off / Auto1 / Auto2 / Cinema Smooth for PDP TV ): Sets the TV so
that it senses and then processes film signals from all sources automatically
and adjusts the picture for optimum quality. The Cinema Smooth function is
only active when the TV inputs an HDMI 24Hz signal.
NNAvailable in TV, AV, COMPONENT (480i / 1080i) and HDMI (480i / 1080i).

So I believe the answer is "no", it must be input via HDMI.

Hudson is correct. I just tested by trying to activate Cinema Smooth from a 1080p file on a USB stick. From the TV, it is grayed-out and can NOT be activated, from my Samsung BRp it CAN.

Like TheSleeper, I wonder if there's any workaround to get the file to play from the TV's USB or or Streaming Media? I also wonder WHY Samsung crippled that setting when it seems other manufacturers haven't? To sell more BR players?
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Hudson is correct. I just tested by trying to activate Cinema Smooth from a 1080p file on a USB stick. From the TV, it is grayed-out and can NOT be activated, from my Samsung BRp it CAN.

Like TheSleeper, I wonder if there's any workaround to get the file to play from the TV's USB or or Streaming Media? I also wonder WHY Samsung crippled that setting when it seems other manufacturers haven't? To sell more BR players?

Well that was my thoughts :0) To sell more BR players ...

Surely this could be fixed with at firmware update ?

There must be some sort of workaround to this ... It pi.... me off, that i cant use this feature when i paid for it :0(
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Well that was my thoughts :0) To sell more BR players ...

Surely this could be fixed with at firmware update ?

There must be some sort of workaround to this ... It pi.... me off, that i cant use this feature when i paid for it :0(

I agree, I always hate to see a feature crippled when its for marketing reasons. While I have the Brp as a workaround, it is much much slower and more tedious than playing the file through my network or the D8000s USB.

I'm going to post this issue on the CNET Samsung board in hopes the tech there might reply.

UPDATE: I posted the question at http://forums.cnet.com/samsung-forum/
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HDLVR,

Thanks for taking the time. I truly appreciate it.

Just to make sure that there is no misunderstanding, let me restate in a different form what you said.

With your D7000 and a 1080i source, these settings cause no obvious brightness fluctuations:
#2: cell = 15, cont = 80, gamma = +1
#2a: cell = 20, cont = 70, gamma = +1

And this setting with a 1080i source causes very obvious brightness fluctuations:
#3: cell = 10, cont = 94, gamma = 0


You can see where I am going with this. Right now, all or a combination of all of the three variables could be the cause of the fluctuations -- again, at least for your TV. At this point, I am reluctant to ask for a change in gamma from +1 to 0 because that will require a significant change in the brightness setting to maintain a decent picture. And that, in turn, will only add another variable and make the problem more complex.

So I guess that the only reasonable request that I can ask of you is to create a #2b condition with cell = 10, cont = 94, and gamma = +1. (Of course, this might require a very small adjustment of your brightness setting.) You decide if you want to continue playing.


Larry

Yes Larry, that is correct, and since I have already driven my wife cazy
with adjustments I might as well keep going.... I will give it a try and
let you know how it is.
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Hi All,

Anyone here upgraded from a D6500 into D7000 because of glare? Is there substantial improvement?

Just got my 59D6500 2 days ago, was set on the D7000 since will be using the TV in a fairly bright living room but got concerned from post and reviews here and Amazon about peeling issues decided to go with the D6500.

I'm about 40hrs into break-in time, lots of glare during the day even with blinds closed, picture is amazing otherwise.
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I am in the same situation. I purchased the pn59d6500 because I was concerned about the peeling issue with the d7000/d8000. The pn59 d6500 has been a mixed bag. It is really nice for blurays with the lights off but viewing during the day is a different story. The picture seems dim and washed out. Watching hd television is pretty underwelming. Im thinking of returning it and upgrading to the d7000/d8000 series. I just wonder if the picture will be any brighter and if the pq is significantly better to justify the cost and also the risk of getting a peeler. Has anyone been able to compare the 3 different d series plasmas?
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The Samsung tech is looking for other folks who want to be able to use Cinema Smooth on USB files. He's asking for others to post on the CNET forum here.

Please help support the case by posting!
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Yes Larry, that is correct, and since I have already driven my wife cazy
with adjustments I might as well keep going.... I will give it a try and
let you know how it is.


HD Lover,

I appreciate it. Tell your wife that she is contributing to the well being of the human race.

But don't tell her what I did to avert problems in my home. I set up our very large master bedroom with one of my wife's favorite chairs, plunked a calibrated 50 inch Panasonic plasma on a dresser, added a 5.1 surround sound sound system including a BD player, and used a wireless rear speaker system to keep it neat. It worked. When I want to play with my calibration equipment in the living room, she has a very comfortable place to go. Sometimes, however, I think that she looks forward too much to the time that I take playing with the main TV.


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I can see the black part of the television when I'm watching sports. It got pretty bad when I watched the World Cup when the field is half covered with shadow. Here's some pictures of the problem.



This is what I see when I switch source






These are different color wallpaper which I can see the problem




PS3


It seems the problem occurs when the tv show grey and blue
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HD Lover,

I appreciate it. Tell your wife that she is contributing to the well being of the human race.

But don't tell her what I did to avert problems in my home. I set up our very large master bedroom with one of my wife's favorite chairs, plunked a calibrated 50 inch Panasonic plasma on a dresser, added a 5.1 surround sound sound system including a BD player, and used a wireless rear speaker system to keep it neat. It worked. When I want to play with my calibration equipment in the living room, she has a very comfortable place to go. Sometimes, however, I think that she looks forward too much to the time that I take playing with the main TV.


Larry

lol! you went a long way on keeping your wife happy. i have to build a similar system (without 5.1 surround system nor the BD player) downstairs later on for my lady, so that i can keep the livingroom as a playground for myself. women are not so enthusiastic when it comes to tech, so she┬┤ll be quite happy with the old 720p 42" samsung.

...the things we do for women...
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The Samsung tech is looking for other folks who want to be able to use Cinema Smooth on USB files. He's asking for others to post on the CNET forum.

Please help support the case by posting!

I'm really missing this feature too, when i stream most of my movies through the AllShare player. I've just posted an reply in the CNET thread.
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The Samsung tech is looking for other folks who want to be able to use Cinema Smooth on USB files. He's asking for others to post on the CNET forum here.

Please help support the case by posting!

Maybe you should start a thread about this ?

I just posted on Cnet ...

Even if some of you dont need this feature, will you PLEASE post on Cnet :0)

Thanks ....
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The Samsung tech is looking for other folks who want to be able to use Cinema Smooth on USB files. He's asking for others to post on the CNET forum here.

Please help support the case by posting!

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Maybe you should start a thread about this ?

I just posted on Cnet ...

Even if some of you dont need this feature, will you PLEASE post on Cnet :0)

Thanks ....

I'd rather see folks post at CNET, where the Samsung Tech invited posts and will see it. I will post that link in other relevant threads here, too. Please help to get others to post there: Ask Samsung to Activate Cinema Smooth in USB and Streaming.
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Got my calibration completed on my PN59D7000 using i1-pro and colorHCFR. It all went really well i think. I started with LarryInRI's latest settings and adjusted from there.

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Varkeast/LarryInRI,

I want to say thanks to both of you as these combined calibrated/adjusted settings are outstanding on my 64d7000. I do still though get some occasional brightness fluctuations in a few dark scenes on a couple of BDs but I activated Cinema Smooth which appears to help reduce these but with some noted impact to black levels.

In reading some of the additional posts, I see some folks indicating Larry's number 2 calibrated settings with Gamma +1 appear to reduce brightness fluctuations without CS being activated. Would there be any significant impact to the referenced Varkeast settings I'm using if I adjusted Gamma from -1 to +1 to see if I can eliminate the bightness fluctuations without the need for CS and the associated impact to black levels?

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Got my calibration completed on my PN59D7000 using i1-pro and colorHCFR. It all went really well i think. I started with LarryInRI's latest settings and adjusted from there.

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Varkeast/LarryInRI,

I want to say thanks to both of you as these combined calibrated/adjusted settings are outstanding on my 64d7000. I do still though get some occasional brightness fluctuations in a few dark scenes on a couple of BDs but I activated Cinema Smooth which appears to help reduce these but with some noted impact to black levels.

In reading some of the additional posts, I see some folks indicating Larry's number 2 calibrated settings with Gamma +1 appear to reduce brightness fluctuations without CS being activated. Would there be any significant impact to the referenced Varkeast settings I'm using if I adjusted Gamma from -1 to +1 to see if I can eliminate the bightness fluctuations without the need for CS and the associated impact to black levels?

bpg

Yes they are great settings :0)

But red color is almost NEON red, in some scenes.

Did you notice that ?
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