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What kind of video processing does Samsungs 100Hz CMR, 600Hz CMR, and 1000Hz CMR use?

post #1 of 12
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I was wondering wich video processing Samsung 100Hz CMR, 600Hz CMR and 1000Hz CMR televisions use. Form the 2012 model Samsung televisions I know that, for example, 400Hz CMR is a video processing combination of a 100Hz LCD display, 100Hz motion interpolation, 100Hz backlight scanning and 100Hz dimming backlight. (200Hz for each for 800Hz CMR).
I guess the 600Hz CMR televisions use the same technique but with two more video processing compensations. But what are these two? And the same question for the 1000Hz CMR models.

Also, what does the 100Hz CMR stand for? It doesn't provide a 100Hz panel, no motion interpolation compensation, (for as far as I know) no backlight scanning and no dimming backlight. But what does it use to make it 100Hz CMR?

Thanks,

Dimens, The Netherlands
post #2 of 12
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Is there no one who can help me with this?
post #3 of 12
Marketing gimmicks. If you turn them on you will get horrible soap opera effects.
post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 
It's not about that. I want to know what video processing are used.
post #5 of 12
Just Google "blur busters" that website explains technologies to motion smoothing. It's a combination of strobing backlight, motion interpolation, and perhaps black frame insertion.
post #6 of 12
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I know what the technologies mean, I know what they do and I know the pros en cons of these technologies. All I want to know is wich technologies are used in the 1.000Hz CMR, 600Hz CMR and 100Hz CMR Samsung televisions. Not if it is good or bad, just the technologies behind them.
post #7 of 12
Then it sounds like you might already know the most about it. Educate us.
post #8 of 12
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I think most of us know that the advertised Hz rate is completely nonsens and does not represent the true panel refreshrate. But the Clear Motion Rate is not just a given number. For example de Samsung models with 200Hz CMR is a combination of a 100Hz LCD panel and 100Hz motion interpolation. (Or 120Hz LCD Panel and 120Hz motion interpolation for Americans which will be 240Hz CMR.)

But i'm curious what technologies Samsungs televisions with 600Hz CMR and 1.000Hz CMR (like the 2013 Samsung series 8) are used. And also what 100Hz CMR does.
post #9 of 12
maybe the 1000hz means each strobing interval is shorter which means less motion blur, and consequently also dimmer picture.

i was at costco and could not see a diff between 120hz CMR and no-cmr except dimmer picture. sony motionflow has me interested because of the impulse mode for gaming but i think that blinks at 60hz and i want something at 120hz blinking otherwise too much eyestrain. though if its at 120hz then it's 60 frames interpolated to 120 first, which means input lag. wish they made a TV that accepts 120hz native input thro DVI or DP and then has a strobing backlight.

the lightboost nvidia monitors are too small 27" and TN panels ugh. i need atleast 32 inches (yeah yeah i get it)

someone needs to contact a samsung rep and report back the answer. im not passionate enough to find the answer
post #10 of 12
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The problem with accepting 120Hz native, is that the console also needs to render 120 frames. An output of 120Hz isn't enough.
post #11 of 12
on my pc
post #12 of 12
Thread Starter 
I think they would not implement that in television so PC's can send out 120Hz and the TV would accept it. Televisions are not made to be used as monitor.
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