Originally Posted by ericdabbs
Xamindar...I hate to bother you again for another video request but I was wondering if you could do another video about you actually using the toggling the Trumotion feature setting when watching a sports event or movie to see the change in picture with Trumotion enabled. I just have a hard time visualizing what the picture would look like with the Trumotion enabled. That way it makes it clear that Trumotion is functioning correctly.
I just want to see video proof to make sure the Trumotion feature works 100% and is not some bogus toggle switch that does nothing. Thanks for all your help so far.
I do not think a youtube video will show any difference as my camera only records 720p at 30fps. But I will tell you that I definitely notice a huge difference when I toggle the trumotion feature on this tv. With trumotion off, panning scenes will have a "double image" effect where it looks like the next frame is displayed before the previous frame is removed. With trumotion on, a lot of this double image is smoothed out and you can only see a little bit of the effect as it appears to fade the scenes in. It's hard to explain. If you really want to see the difference, go down to your local TV store and find a model with the feature.
I also know for a fact that my previous model without the trumotion toggle did not have trumotion even on at all. As far as I can tell, trumotion did not exist in that TV.
Now, regarding them not releasing the firmware for download yet. It is possible there are things they need to test that would not need testing on a new model. For example, they would have to make sure the updated firmware did not break any LG apps you downloaded or mess up any custom settings you had set. But it is kind of odd it is taking this long. If there is a hardware issue preventing it on the older models then there would need to be a recall as the feature was advertised as existing on these models.