Originally Posted by 8mile13
And how does that work? 60 native frames and 50 artificial frames? There are 10 frames missing, the endresult should be 120, right?
And what about Motion Interpolation low, mid, high? Is this in all cases 50 artificial frames?
It's not 50 fake frames, it's 60. Every other frame is a fake one.
Think of it this way:
Set analyzes 1st and 2nd real frame and puts fake frame in between. It then takes 2nd real frame again and 3d real frame and inserts fake frame between and so on. So you have an equal number of real and fake frames--60 each every 60th of a second.
Low, mid, high, just makes the interpolation algorithm less or more aggressive.
The more interpolation taking place the less resolution loss there is during fast motion but the more fake the picture will look (more Soap Opera Effect).
Imho it's kinda academic because with all but the best HD sources overcompression artifacts are going to mess up the picture as much as or more than motion blur.