Originally Posted by PDCL
I understand that there is no SOE with those settings. I stated as such in my original post. However, there is no motion processing at all that I can see with those settings. In the A3000, there was some difference between all those settings.
I honestly don't understand what you're trying to accomplish, sorry. Any sort of "Motion Smoothing" would imply there is some sort frame interpolation going on. To "smooth" out something, you would have to add additional frames. The EX645 just presents the 24p frames as is, unless you turn CineMotion to Auto 1, which enables SOE.
In fact, the CineMotion Auto 2 setting does nothing for 24p sources. It's only used when it encounters 24p movie that was changed to 30p, 60i, or 60p like you find on a TV broadcast or a BluRay player configured to output 60p. Auto 2 attempts to convert the video back to 24p.
You can ditch the Auto 2 CineMotion setting and just use MotionFlow Standard without image interpolation, if you're using a straight up 24p source. The MotionFlow setting is the only setting that increases motion resolution, out of those two settings. The only other setting that increases motion resolution is LED Motion Plus, buried in the advanced picture settings menu (You'll have to use a custom picture mode for this). However, turning that on will decrease the brightness of the picture substantially and you'll have to increase the backlight to max to compensate. (I've confirmed the increase in motion resolution myself by panning cameras around in fighting and FPS games. But since any scene mode outside of Game mode has pretty bad lag and Game mode doesn't allow these settings, the settings are useless for twitch games.)
If this result isn't what you're looking for then there's nothing you can do to get this set looking like whatever you seem to remember your previous TV looking like. You could try to return this TV and buy a step-up model with more customization on the settings or buy another brand's TV (Like Samsung, which TVs feature customizable blur and de-judder/smoothing settings from 0-10 via 2 sliding bars)... but what I've said is all this TV does.