Originally Posted by ska916jedi
The jogging / jutter of my 80 inch 33u buggs the crap ouy of me. Its weird because I noticed juttering when I saw The Hobbit in high frame rate at the movie theater.
I too saw The Hobbit as a 48 fps presentation and found the motion very smooth (NO perceivable judder - Yeah!!) and a lot less blur than typical with 24 fps. All in all, a big improvement over 24 fps. I have no idea why some people don't like it?????? Can't explain why you saw jutter. I suspect you may not have been viewing a true 48 fps presentation. My eyes are really sensitive to motion irregularities and artifacts. That is one of the reasons I've never tried DLP sets and have always disliked 24 fps. Whenever I saw one, I became aware of the rainbow colors almost immediately.
So, to get rid of judder with your 633U, you can set your Film Mode to Advanced High or Low. That will definitely get rid of all the judder in movies BUT will introduce occasional fuzzy artifacts around objects in motion as they interact with the background. You may find that less objectionable.
Some media players and PVR's also seem to have problems syncing with some TV's and will sometimes judder along haphazardly until you reset them by stopping and restarting the presentation. I've noticed this with previous sets as well, so I'm not blaming my Sharp 80 for this.
Good luck. I hope you find a happy medium.