Originally Posted by LarryChanin
The projector's specs indicate that it may be compatible with an incoming 1080p/24 signal, but, as you probably know, your Infocus has a native resolution of 1280 x 720p, so it can't actually output an 1080p/24 image. The best you could expect if the signal were to be accepted would result in the projector rescaling and retiming the signal, but there's no advantage, i.e. reduced judder, in trying to send a 1080p/24 signal to a native 1280 x 720p projector.
It may be a problem with the EDID handshake between the player and projector that is preventing your projector from receiving the 1080p/24 signal that it knows it can't display unchanged.
Thanks very much for the info. I was hoping that my 7210 would work
the same way with the BD55 as it does with the Toshiba XA2 (with that
unit's latest firmware, the projector seems to do fine in Forced 24P
mode, producing a somewhat smoother result).
The 7210 is a bit eccentric though, with it's M1 video connector (I'm
using an HDMI adapter with it). For example, my video camera persists
in thinking that this is a DVI connection (versus HDMI) -- so this may
explain the handshaking problem.
And thanks for the info regarding the 7210's Film Mode -- I'll give it