Originally Posted by sketch2099
there's definitely a difference, high mode creates the smoothest motion and creates the greatest hyper realistic effect, low mode is choppier, and gives movement the appearance of being sped up. i actually think the high mode is awesome for video games and i would actually be interested in watching some material with it on, but unfortunately it's just a terrible implimentation of frame interpolation with all of the wavy artifacts and such. and i saw zero difference in artifacting whether my ps3 is set to 24 on or off.
What wavy artifacts are you seeing? I am very excited about this feature and hope I can get it to work, at least with my SD movies, since I rent alot of them each week.
How has FI improved the gaming experience. at 60 frames the games seem pretty smooth already, does it add more depth and give even smoother gameplay?
I'm also most interested in the processing of 60 frames std. DVD playback. The 6500 was supposed to strip the 3:2 output from std. DVD player back to 24FPS, then process it up to 4:4 at 96Hz (or 5:5 at 120Hz) . This in and of itself would be great for playback of std DVDs for those of us without a player with 24P output generating smoother image by elimintating 3:2 (even without additional FI). For me it would elimintate the need to have (buy) a player with 24P output, but if all that the PJ does is botch the process by adding artifacts, then I may wait for the next generation before upgrading.