got me a Blu Ray and one ( 1 ! ) movie.
An issue (judder, I think) with a BD through the AVR. I managed to get rid of/minimize it by forcing 1080p/24 out from the AVR. The BD is set to output "native" resolution wich I guess is 1080p/24 from the AVR-info regarding the source.
The problem is however, that I do not want to force a specific output..., I think...
I'd like my old DVD's be processed by the AVR (BD-output set to "native") and if I force the output resolution in the AVR to 1080p/24, how may that effect the final image if the source is e.g. 576i ?
And what will happen if a source is 720P/1080p and not "24 Hz"? If that exists... I can and will examine this myself, but from a theoretical point of view, will I introduce judder or other issues by converting various sources -> 1080p/24.
If all is OK, then I can keep the forced 1080p/24 output, but certainly I'd expect the "Auto"-setting to keep the source resolution and Hz at 1080p if the TV can handle it.
The Monitor Information listed in the AVR-menus says that all resolutions are
supported (480i all the way up to 1080p/24/50/60) and since the image looks nicer when I force 1080p/24 as output, the TV certainly can handle it, looks ok.
HDTVtest.co.uk review : 1080p/24 capability (PS3) Accepts 1080p/24 video signal; no telecine judder
A simple table of my tests.
Resolution: HDMI-information (showing "in" > "out")
Auto : 1080p/24 > 1080p (Here is the problem..., judder)
1080p : 1080p/24 > 1080p (Picture as above, but as expected by the setting)
1080p/24 : 1080p/24 > 1080p/24 (best picture)
720p : 1080p/24 > 1080p/24 (same as above, no downscaling done...?)
I wonder why setting 720p allows "1080p/24" output to the TV when "Auto" doesn't..
With i/p scaler off / video convert off I get 1080p/24 > 1080p/24.
I even changed the Progressive Mode setting, but the "out" gives "1080p", not "1080p/24"
Is it simply a preferred list in the TV that determines the final resolution from the AVR.