Originally Posted by AMartin56
Enabling JVC's brand of frame interpolation (Clear Motion Drive) results in visible vertical banding. The issue has been present for multiple generations and can be seen in the currently (as of this posting) shipping JVC DLA-RS400 (X550/X5000), JVC DLA-RS420 (DLA-X570R), JVC RS600 / RS500 (X950R / X750R - X9000 / X7000), and the JVC RS520/RS620 (X7500/X9500).
The issue is NOT present if CMD is disabled.
Functional frame interpolation is in my opinion something that should be a given at this price point. While purists may prefer to play back content without 'enhancement' I don't feel like the native motion resolution of a LCoS panel is sufficient for all usage.
I will be posting examples in this thread as I come upon them during normal viewing. The projector in my case is a RS420.
Hopefully we can provide JVC with enough information to address this issue. Please feel free to post additional examples as you find them and if possible provide the following:
Content being watched (For example disc name and timestamp).
Source (What model disc player etc).
Settings on the source (Output resolution....Deep Color etc)
Settings on the Projector (MPC, E -Shift, CMD High or Low).
Are there any other devices in the chain (AVR, Darbee etc).
Personally unless otherwise mentioned above I have not found a combination of settings that entirely removes the artifacts but I believe it is important to determine if any external factors are contributing to the problem.
I've attached an example of the issue from a previous thread. The banding is visible on the woman's face with CMD enabled. As mentioned above I will be providing additional examples in this thread as I see them and have time to make note of the time stamp / take pictures.
I have the RS600 and have never seen this and believe me I have been looking critically . Now in saying that I guess I have not used CMD very often. I did like the process in the beginning but at some point just stopped using it altogether. I did notice SOE but never banding. I have seen plenty of posterization though.
But it was in the source because it showed up on the VW675 exactly at the same places .
Will fire up CMD and have a closer look, I'm sure it's there .
Hope you can pressure a solution for the issue in the form of a software update, I'm sure all would appreciate the efforts.
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Last edited by roxiedog13; 03-29-2017 at 03:47 PM.