Originally Posted by SonyHome
Why wouldn't I see this on other channels? I only saw this on select channels and Law and Order was especially noticeable. In fact I'm watching Forrest Gump on TNTHD and I'm not seeing any jittery scenes like I was with Law and Order which was also on TNTHD.
Hmm sorry hadn't read through all your prior posts before chiming in.
Ordinarily I'd say maybe some channels (eg native 720p) might not be processed well in the set whereas others (eg1080i) are. However given wht you're saying that obviously is not the case. Presumably TNT sources content at multiple resolutions but should theoretically pass it to you in the same final resolution, whatever that is (1080i I'd guess).
That said, please keep supplying examples, particularly within the same channel(s) where there is a problem. Note: Forrest Gump was shot on film originally, at 24fps, whereas L&O is shot on HD video, at either 30 or 60fps.
Like I said above, the final resolution passed to you, as well as the frame rate, should be the same. Maybe it's possible that something in the film vs video conversion on TNT's end is leaving some flag or artifact that the set's processing is choking on.
Maybe someone else with the set can DVR some of these shows and see?