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post #901 of 944
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Originally Posted by Toe View Post

Thanks for your thoughts Rich.

As far as the sped up effect, do you perceive the effect as sped up if you put your 55 on CMD mode 3 for a live action (non animated) movie?

I have only watched a few scenes in a movie with CMD (3) turned on, since I don't like it for film. No sped up effect. I use CMD 3 for sports, e.g. UFC, and don't notice any sped up motion there either.
post #902 of 944
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Originally Posted by R Harkness View Post

I have only watched a few scenes in a movie with CMD (3) turned on, since I don't like it for film. No sped up effect. I use CMD 3 for sports, e.g. UFC, and don't notice any sped up motion there either.

You just perceive the effect differently vs some of us in that case. CMD 3 on both my RS40 and RS45 I would describe as a sped up effect when used on film, so I understand when people describe it this way. I don't like or use it either for film.
post #903 of 944
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Originally Posted by Toe View Post

You just perceive the effect differently vs some of us in that case. CMD 3 on both my RS40 and RS45 I would describe as a sped up effect when used on film, so I understand when people describe it this way. I don't like or use it either for film.

Interesting. Could you suggest a movie scene I might look at with CMD on to spot this effect? (I have a lot of Blu-Rays).

Thanks.
post #904 of 944
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Originally Posted by R Harkness View Post

Interesting. Could you suggest a movie scene I might look at with CMD on to spot this effect? (I have a lot of Blu-Rays).

Thanks.

Literally ANY live action movie I perceive the effect as sped up. I use mode 3 for animated films where I do enjoy this feature and dont turn it off until the next disc I put in. I always know immediately when I put in something live action (movie) if mode 3 is on as that sped up look hits right away and I have to go in and turn it off.

I will say that while I do notice this on my new BenQ W7000 as well, the FI on that machine is much better implemented in general vs JVCs version so it is not as dramatic. I can actually watch live action 3d (not 2d though) movies with FI on low on the 7000 which I know I could not do on the JVC (if CMD was an option in 3d which its not) considering how it is implemented. The JVC CMD breaks up once a pan gets to a certain speed and looses its composure. The 7000 really holds its composure in this situation much better and the low mode is just less aggressive in general. Combine all this with the better native motion on the DLP and a lot of my sped up perception is due to JVCs version of this feature I am sure.
Edited by Toe - 1/10/13 at 2:46pm
post #905 of 944
Peter Jackson and The Hobbit cast on The Desolation Of Smaug

post #906 of 944
SNL and the gang on the desolation of how sorry the whole business really is:

http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/more-hobbit/1429006/

If the link doesn't work properly don't blame old Dogfood.
post #907 of 944
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Originally Posted by Shaded Dogfood View Post

SNL and the gang on the desolation of how sorry the whole business really is:

http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/more-hobbit/1429006/

If the link doesn't work properly don't blame old Dogfood.
Now I feel vindicated, after SNL stole my original bitch.tongue.gif
post #908 of 944
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Originally Posted by Shaded Dogfood View Post

SNL and the gang on the desolation of how sorry the whole business really is:

http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/more-hobbit/1429006/

If the link doesn't work properly don't blame old Dogfood.


That was hilarious! biggrin.gif
post #909 of 944
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Originally Posted by Toe View Post

That was hilarious! biggrin.gif

Only if you are an american. wink.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I got a sign that says that this isnt available in my region. Thats not funny...

Edited by MovieSwede - 1/24/13 at 12:43pm
post #910 of 944
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Originally Posted by MovieSwede View Post

Only if you are an american. wink.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I got a sign that says that this isnt available in my region. Thats not funny...

If you can access http://www.tunnelbear.com/ from your current region, you can download a free version of their proxy server that should give you enough data this month to watch that video and a few others as though you were in the USA. Or, for other reasons, in the UK. smile.gif
post #911 of 944
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Originally Posted by MovieSwede View Post

Only if you are an american. wink.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I got a sign that says that this isnt available in my region. Thats not funny...

Bummer! Try that link above and see if that allows you to watch it. Worth checking out!
post #912 of 944
Found it on youtube, yes it was funny.

Good thing it eas on the tube, downloading stuff on your computer is like leaving your drink unattended in the bar, even if I appreciate the help I got from you guys.
post #913 of 944
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Originally Posted by MovieSwede View Post

Found it on youtube, yes it was funny.

Good thing it eas on the tube, downloading stuff on your computer is like leaving your drink unattended in the bar, even if I appreciate the help I got from you guys.

you of all people should have enjoyed the scene where they are assembling the dresser from ikea!
post #914 of 944
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Originally Posted by mr. wally View Post

you of all people should have enjoyed the scene where they are assembling the dresser from ikea!

Dont know I have alot of scary memories from that place and the aftermath, wink.gif

Best IKEA joke ever must be the one they did in third rock.

But as for the sketch alot of them were funny, especially **** o vision or whatever they called it.
post #915 of 944
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Originally Posted by MovieSwede View Post

Dont know I have alot of scary memories from that place and the aftermath, wink.gif

Best IKEA joke ever must be the one they did in third rock.

But as for the sketch alot of them were funny, especially **** o vision or whatever they called it.

48 fps was definitely ____ vision to me.
post #916 of 944
When this movie is released on DVD/Blu-ray Disc, will we be able to watch it in 48 fps?
post #917 of 944
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Originally Posted by Kain View Post

When this movie is released on DVD/Blu-ray Disc, will we be able to watch it in 48 fps?

I would think DVD players would have to be created for this. Current TV's should be able to show 48fps hell I game in 60 fps on a TV.
post #918 of 944
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Originally Posted by Wytchone View Post

I would think DVD players would have to be created for this.
I'm guessing you're right.
Can any hardware guys give us an answer on this?
post #919 of 944
I think there was discussion on this earlier in the thread. They could definitely create a 720p60 Blu-ray of this, using 3:2 type pull-down (pull-up?) to change 48fps to 60fps.

There is no 1080p60 spec on current Blu-ray, so that would require new hardware.
post #920 of 944
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Originally Posted by mbrennem View Post

I think there was discussion on this earlier in the thread. They could definitely create a 720p60 Blu-ray of this, using 3:2 type pull-down (pull-up?) to change 48fps to 60fps.

There is no 1080p60 spec on current Blu-ray, so that would require new hardware.

1080/60i would also work.

1920*540 = 1036800 pixels

1280*720 = 921600 pixels

The other advantage is that your display only needs to scale/interpolate on one axis. And future TVs could be adapted to convert 60i to 48P.
post #921 of 944
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Originally Posted by MovieSwede View Post

1080/60i would also work.

1920*540 = 1036800 pixels

1280*720 = 921600 pixels

The other advantage is that your display only needs to scale/interpolate on one axis. And future TVs could be adapted to convert 60i to 48P.

But current 1080i60 is deinterlaced to 30p because the 540 pixel height frames are really just half of the same frame. Meaning that you can't get true 48fps out of current players and displays (except at 720p). Future displays could theoretically deinterlace it into 2 consecutive 540p frames, but that seems unlikely IMO.
post #922 of 944
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Originally Posted by mbrennem View Post

But current 1080i60 is deinterlaced to 30p

A 60i source shouldn't be deinterlaced to 30p unless its flagged like that.

When I watch PAL DVDs they are converted from 50i to 25P or 50P depending what the content on the disc is.
post #923 of 944
This just cleared 1 billion worldwide.

I guess that's why they made it into 3 movies
post #924 of 944
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Originally Posted by mr. wally View Post

This just cleared 1 billion worldwide.

I guess that's why they made it into 3 movies
I'll bet 4 bucks the sequels don't come anywhere close to a billion.wink.gif
post #925 of 944
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

I'll bet 4 bucks the sequels don't come anywhere close to a billion.wink.gif

How about a million then?


post #926 of 944
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Originally Posted by Waboman View Post

How about a million then?


LOL...nice one.tongue.gif
post #927 of 944
Well played. Well played, indeed!
post #928 of 944
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

I'll bet 4 bucks the sequels don't come anywhere close to a billion.wink.gif

will be interesting to see how these sequels play out.

since this cleared 1 bill relatively easily, i might take you up on your $4.
post #929 of 944
Looking forward in watching my copy next week.
post #930 of 944
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Originally Posted by Franin View Post

Looking forward in watching my copy next week.

After reading members reviews I'm not really looking forward to it anymore.
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