Originally Posted by steve ans
I'm not a stereoscopic technician so I can only do my best. The X talk in HUGO is not apparent on certain hardware such as some front projection or RP TVs. It is apparent on Sony's and other active shutter TVs to the best of my knowledge. Clear Motion is a Samsung term which in "Sony Language" is "Motionflow". In 3D, I have it set to "standard" and "Smooth Gradation" is disabled when viewing 3D content. Smooth Gradation is defined as "reducing false contours on flat surfaces," Viewing AVATAR, Standard Motionflow seems to work best.http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Hugo-3D-Blu-ray/35630/
Thanks for the correction, I could remember the setting options: Off, Standard, Clear, and Clear Plus, but couldn't remember the setting name.
The name Motionflow just wasn't coming to mind (very frustrating) but ClearMotion did probably because some of the options are "clear" and it relates to motion - I'm glad you could still figure out what I was talking about.
Oh and just to get all the terms correctly defined - AutoMotion is the Samsung equivalent to Sony Motionflow.
Samsung does have a CMR - Clear Motion Ratio but that is the marketing equivalent of a wind-chill factor for screen refresh rates - ie. its natively a 240hz screen but given other "factors" Samsung Marketing thinks it feels like a 960hz screen, aka the ES8000 has a CMR of 960.
When you say viewing AVATAR in Standard Motionflow works best - what were the detracting differences you saw with other modes like Clear and Clear Plus?