Originally Posted by jkcheng122
Originally Posted by Dahlsim
Are you expecting to see a completely judderless film? Not all judder can be removed. In fact if you're a real "judder detective" you can see Judder in the Theater presentations. Film is not a perfect process for motion.
no, not expecting totally judder free picture. what i was curious about was that if PC is engaged to 72Hz when 24Hz signal is detected even if PC is set to Off, then how come i was able to see less judder during the credits scroll on The Matrix when i switched from Off to Advance.
if 72Hz is engaged either way, shouldnt picture look exactly the same?
I see, just curious. Well you invested in the calibration gear so why not?
As I understand it Advanced should have the best chance of picking up the 24fps signal correctly and processing the motion properly so it's possible that it's picking up on the Matrix (Blu-ray version?) and PC
ff is not. D-Nice indicated somwhere though that even at off it was rare material that might not get detected. You could try it on PC: Standard as well.
Did you try taking a look at the HDMI PC Video Mode of your movie input to see if how motion was processed? Advanced introduces a color offset but you have your meter and calibration software. PC level mode offers an RGB control so perhaps you could make color adjustments and use that mode along with RGB output signal from your PS3 (or other device).
I noticed on my set the PC video level appears to be working from the same global grayscale I had calibrated in video Movie Mode.