Originally Posted by convexion
I could see it being a problem on a movie like The Dark Knight but not really that big of a deal.
Originally Posted by thorr
You beat me to my answer. The Dark Knight is a good example. Also, everytime I start a movie from the menu, I don't want to see Processing............................................... ANNOYING! Then your audience is asking you about it instead of being sucked into the movie.
Originally Posted by PAP
Agree 100%. I will be very annoyed if that stupid "processing" notice is there everytime there is an AR change.
Hopefully if it is, they will remove it via firmware option down the road.
I'm a little confused on how The Dark Knight is a good example for this 'problem'?
While I too would prefer it to not state "processing" as the zoom/focus changes, Batman is a silly movie to use the auto feature even if the message didn't pop up. From my understanding, changing zoom/focus takes a minimum of 5 seconds, and while it's happening, the image is also out of focus.
With that in mind, why would you actually want for this to happen in realtime at all? I'd rather either stick with one aspect ratio, but even if I wanted to keep something approaching constant height, I'd want to pause the movie anyway.
Given the mechanics of this feature, it obviously isn't intended for use in realtime with material that regularly switches ratios.