Originally Posted by jeffs2
Actually no. We've known for a long time (4-5 months) that turning on IVC low reduced but didn't eliminate the pulsing problem. Personally I don't like the picture with IVC low, though maybe with time could have gotten used to it.
I think I made the right decision....totally looking for a larger version of that bear TV. Any chance its the mystery TV at the shootout?
You can actually get the same look of the LD ISF settings with IVC Low, but you need to make some hefty adjustments to the Backlight, Contrast, Brightness and Gamma settings. I like you hate the look IVC Low normally creates, but after a bunch of experimentation now have an ISF with IVC Low setting that almost totally kills the flickering but can't tell apart from my LD ISF setting. I have the IVC on the ISF Day and the LD on the ISF Night, and I have not gone back to the ISF Night other than to check and grin, "yep, looks the same, but check out the flickering!".
So for me, going from FW 2.16 to 2.17 killed about 60% of the flickering, then going from LD to "compensated IVC Adv Low" killed about 95% of it.