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post #7471 of 7476 Old 06-28-2015, 07:00 AM
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So you're streaming Netflix with your PC (I advise the use of the Win8 app or the HDMI5 player in IE11 on Win8 since you can get 1080p video from them; you can get bitstreamed DD+ 5.1 sound out of the app). You're not complaining about the resolution that you're getting, but about apparent SOE. You seem to be quoting this review on hdtvtest.co.uk about the Samsung UE55D8000 LED TV. Sounds as if you need to play around with the "Motion Plus" and "Blur Reduction" settings on your television to eliminate that. SOE is not something inherent in Netflix's video; streaming from apps and the website on this PC I don't see it.
When I set HDMI 1 input as DVI PC and all motiones feaures are off by default and all greyed out. But I found this that explains more of the "problem" and seems cant be fixed. Watching on mine tablet is the same, so it have nothing to do with motions features.

"If you turned off the auto motion plus feature, what you see isn't the soap opera effect. It is probably judder caused by the 3:2 pulldown, which all movies have on Netflix. While Netflix does support 24p, the client software side of it doesn't because they still output at 60fps."

http://www.rtings.com/info/what-is-t...-effect-on-tvs

I guess that I just cancel after 1 months trial is over. All "movie effect" is gone and its like watching a reality show all over again.
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When I set HDMI 1 input as DVI PC and all motiones feaures are off by default and all greyed out. But I found this that explains more of the "problem" and seems cant be fixed. Watching on mine tablet is the same, so it have nothing to do with motions features.

"If you turned off the auto motion plus feature, what you see isn't the soap opera effect. It is probably judder caused by the 3:2 pulldown, which all movies have on Netflix. While Netflix does support 24p, the client software side of it doesn't because they still output at 60fps."

http://www.rtings.com/info/what-is-t...-effect-on-tvs

I guess that I just cancel after 1 months trial is over. All "movie effect" is gone and its like watching a reality show all over again.
Get a plasma.

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Get a plasma.

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HDMI out of my Windows 7 Acer works with my 55" LED set as well as with HDMI out of some of my Android devices. Problem with the Acer was getting sound working as the drivers seemed to be a bit of a kludge and other folks had difficultly getting it working. But it was more of an experiment than a solution.
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This Vizio P602ui-B3 60" 4K LED display is my only PC monitor. Its HDMI output is run into my AVR and from there into the TV. I only get SOE when viewing any video from any source when I use the TV's "Smooth Motion Effect" feature, which I never do because I can't stand SOE. Of course, it's also present in video shot at 60Hz, but that's generally live events where it seems natural.

If dt744190 thinks that he sees SOE from any Netflix video on any device then he should cancel the service. Nothing Netflix is doing is causing it and I've never heard anyone make that claim before.
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This video explains excatly what Im seeing on Netflix.

On right side On is this soap opera effect I meant. Not all Netlfix contents have this effect, but most of it and I cant find anyway to change it.
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Your negative reaction to Jupiter Ascending seems to be the norm. More that 86,000 IMDb voters have given it an average score of 5.5 Stars out of 10. To say the least, that's not good.
Although there was no internet back then, FLASH GORDON was almost universally panned and reviled when it was released. Today, many have a different opinion. I'd put JUPITER in the same basket as FLASH, Hooper's INVADERS FROM MARS, DUNE, etc. While I didn't love JA, some of it was quite a hoot, including Redmayne's campy villain and Terry Gilliam's appearance. And the visuals (especially in 3D) were terrific. A bit of alcohol may help as well. :-)
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