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post #1 of 5 Old 07-04-2012, 01:10 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm looking for a 3D TV that offer both True 24 fps, as well as actual interpolation to emulate 60fps using generated inbetweens. Trouble is, I know how much the quality of interpolation varies. My Samsung worked great with AutoMotion Plus with little artifacting, but my Sharp is dreadful, often stoping interpolation in scenes with tons of motion, kinda defeating the point.
I would want between 40 and 55 inches, preferably around 1000 dollars.
The only one I saw so far is this Samsung:
UN46ES6500F http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16889102699

If anyone know which Motion smoothing technologies work well with little artifacting, please help me out. And yes, I know I am a bad person for enjoying film content at 60fps. Let's pretend it's for when I watch Avatar 2, Tron: Legacy and The Hobbit since Blu-ray doesn't support 1080p/60fps and 1080p/48fps.
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I tend to avoid interpolation because it usually gives me a headache (especially in conjunction with 3D) but my LG LM7600 seems to have a good implementation. I've never seen any artifacting the few times I've tried it and the TV allows you to dial in the level of interpolation for both the horizontal and vertical using a sliding scale so you can really tweak it to your personal preference. If you have access to an electronics store that has an LM7600 on display you may want to check it out and see if you can play with the interpolation setting (LG calls it TruMotion). Hope that helps.
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Definitely. Never seen theirs. Hard to find good info on it.
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The lower the level of frame intgerpolation the less that artifacts will occur since the higher the levl the smaller the objects that will have interpolation applied.
Also almost all TVs also will convert 24fps incoming content to 60fps using 3:2 pulldown and not frame interpolation.
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My friend always notices between intermediary frames and not. He comes over to my house and will immediately notice if interpolation is off. Sadly, I now notice myself.
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