Originally Posted by rocketlaw
However, I would really like to know the REAL WORLD effects of these frame rates. In other words, it seems like being off by 2 or 3 or 4 one thousanths of a second would not really affet the picture much. For myself, although I do not look for skipped frames or slight pauses, I never see them when playing back video at either 59.9~ (59hz) or 23.9~ (23hz).
So I am just trying to figure out what everyone else sees . . .
BTW, I finally realized the REAL WORLD effects of this Intel 24P bug can be HUGE!
This bug is the cause for what I thought were unrelated problems with my frame creation and with lip-sync.
My Panasonic projector has 3 frame creation modes the best mode I eventually had to stop using becuase I thought it was flawed do the random video glitches, but not be 23.976 was the real problem and cause big glitches every 41 secs..after wasting my time and money getting a new Sandy bridge i3-2100 the glitches were still there, now every 4 minutes...
2ND BIG problem, Lip-sync, it was never correct, would carefully set the delay in my receiver, getting looking correct, watch a few minutes then screwed again! Well it was this same Intel 24P problem, every 4 minutes it would progressively get worse then drop a frame and snap back to the original delay, can't believe I wasted so much time trying to figure out what was wrong!!
Got a AMD video card in the mail now! Don't use Intel video if you plan to play 24P Blu-ray until, they fix it. ALSO, what seems like an unrelated issue may actually stem from the clock not being correct.....beware..