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Forcing a 60Hz 720p 3D signal into 24Hz 1080p 3D. Does such a device exist?

post #1 of 10
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My problem? 24Hz 1080p 3D movies can have MotionFlow enabled on my new Sony HX950. But 60Hz native 3D 720p games cannot. Even in non-Game modes, if the game is native 3D, no MotionFlow. No such issue for 2D games regardless of resolution.

So I am looking for a device that can trick my TV into thinking that my native 3D game outputting at 60Hz (30Hz per eye) in 720p is actuallly a 3D movie at 1080p 24Hz.

Does such a thing exist? Am I crazy? I know MotionFlow adds lag, etc, but please answer my question. smile.gif
post #2 of 10
You cannot just convert 60Hz Material to 24fps if there's no 3:2 pulldown in it (which you find in movies). And if you tried, you'd be looking at serious judder and stuttering. So, I guess, no, there's nothing to do this.
post #3 of 10
All of the Lumagen Radiance video processors can be used to convert 720p60 Side-by-Side or Top-Bottom 3D to 1080p24 Frame-Packed 3D.

Randy Freeman
support@lumagen.com
post #4 of 10
yeah, technically, but forcing a "hard" conversion when there's no pulldown in the source material, isn't the way to go, is it ?
post #5 of 10
If someone can send us a short sample video, we can see how it looks. We probably only need 20 to 30 seconds of video.

Randy Freeman
support@lumagen.com
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by Fudoh View Post

You cannot just convert 60Hz Material to 24fps if there's no 3:2 pulldown in it (which you find in movies). And if you tried, you'd be looking at serious judder and stuttering. So, I guess, no, there's nothing to do this.

But MotionFlow would eliminate judder and stuttering, which is what I am trying to achieve for 3D games.
post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by rfpublic View Post

All of the Lumagen Radiance video processors can be used to convert 720p60 Side-by-Side or Top-Bottom 3D to 1080p24 Frame-Packed 3D.
Randy Freeman
support@lumagen.com

But what about 720p60 Frame Packed? Can it convert that to 1080p24 Frame Packed? If so, might have to but one of these Lumagens!
post #8 of 10
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But MotionFlow would eliminate judder and stuttering, which is what I am trying to achieve for 3D games.
doesn't work. Motionflow compensates a lack of frames, but requires a constant fps nevertheless.

I mean, just try this on a PC. Just convert a 30fps video file (video-based, not film based, any smooth movement) to 24 frames and take it to your Sony afterwards. You won't like the result.
post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by Flavius View Post

But what about 720p60 Frame Packed? Can it convert that to 1080p24 Frame Packed?!

The Radiance won't work for this conversion. There isn't a way to pick out the correct frames from the 720p60 Frame-Packed signal.

Randy Freeman
post #10 of 10
What refresh rate is required for 3d? is 120hz just needed for frame sequential? I would think images that are put into one frame would work fine at Framepacked 60hz. Very confused
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