Originally Posted by WilliamG
Exactly. I was surprised to all heck when my 8000 came with Frame Creation on by default to MODE 1. NO Panasonic, NO!
It seems like Frame Creation in the 8000 has taken a step backwards from the way it was introduced on the 3000. I liked it a lot on my 3000 and it worked fine on any frame rate input - without adjustment - in either MODE1 or MODE2. On the 8000, it definitely needs to be OFF for 60i/p input signals. It is OK in MODE1 or MODE2 for 24p signals. I don't know if they are using a slower processor, or just doing a lot more processing than what they used to do...but the feature just can't seem to keep up with 60Hz sources.
I should also add that frame interpolation is very helpful for improving motion smoothness in 3D. By interpolating and displaying extra frames, there is less perceptible error as the brain "predicts" where an object - as seen with one eye - should appear next
to the other eye. Without 3D Motion Remaster active (and enabled by setting Frame Creation = MODE1), this kind of motion error is noticeably worse.Edited by HMenke - 1/2/13 at 1:55pm