Originally Posted by specuvestor
Judder is due to low frame rate. 3:2 pulldown ingeniously reduce judder by having a pseudo 60fps.
24fps is relatively new in consumer TV. old TV display standard 3:2 pulldown. It works for both 1080i or 1080p.
It depends what you mean by quality. 24fps is native to movie source. 3:2 would remove your judder.
Ok, that makes sense. But what's odd, is that even though tv's are making improvements in technology, i.e. 24p, the result of that said technology is actually making the viewing experience worse. Even though 24p is native to the movie source, it causes very shaky judder when panning. I can't possibly be the only one who recognizes this as a bad thing. Yes, it's actually what we're meant to see on 24fps, but I just don't like it. My 4 year old Panasonic, even though 720p, looked a lot smoother because it wasn't 24p; it was using 3:2 pulldown.SO
, I obviously want to change my setup. But turning off the 24p option on my PS3 hasn't changed anything. I still get motion judder on my movies. Is there any way to watch 1080p movies on my PS3 AND
use 3:2 pulldown to remove the judder? Or was this option only available on older tech tv's like you said?