Originally Posted by elykoj
Does the picture look more real? Like watching a high def home movie? Are there people that leave their sets in this mode? Wouldn't it be a clearer picture?
That's wierd , I was at a big box retailer last week, and Bourne Identity was on all of the larger sets and it looked different , like it was more real like watching a movie but like I filmed it on a camcorder.. Is that soap opera effect? I have never seen a store set the display models like that
Yeah, kinda. Someone can correct me, but it's essentially a different amounts of frames per second. 24 for standard cinema, vs 60 for soap opera and video cameras. And these more modern TV's do "frame interpolation" where they insert dummy frames in amongst the source frame.
There's loads of debate (even on here) about this. I'm kinda on the fence. It looks more realistic or something, but wrong at the same time. I turned it off on my TV and I think