Originally Posted by PENDRAG0ON
It was recorded at 25fps for the 50hz broadcast standard, it was converted to 24fps for the US release, which leads to even more obvious judder. Not a good judder test at all.
Prove it. Let's see the proof where all the footage in Planet Earth was filmed at 25fps.
Nothwithstanding, it does not change my point ONE BIT. Who cares what the original footage was shot at? The point is, it is encoded at 24p on BD, and looks crappy because of the low frame rate.
240hz frame interp makes it look a LOT better, which is all I care about--what my eyes end up seeing. I don't really care what the footage was originally shot at, but how it is encoded on the disc and presented to the display.
As it stands, the motion looks awful.