TBH, I don't know how to verify that
. I don't notice it when I watch a regular movie or BR movie from my OPPO 83 but when I watch I regular DVD that I ripped to my server it looks horrible.
Edit: This is from a review I found:
“As we noted above the G20/25 series is not blessed with the 96Hz refresh rate found on the step-up VT20/25 models, so as we observed with Panasonic's predecessor plasmas from 2009, the G models cannot properly handle 1080p/24 sources.
We confirmed this with our favorite scene for such a test, the flyover of the Intrepid from "I Am Legend," where we observed the characteristic stuttering motion of 2:3 pull-down (as opposed to the correct cadence of film we observed on the V10) when the G20/25 was set to its default 60Hz mode under "24p direct in."
Switching to the other option, 48Hz, caused the display to flicker significantly and become essentially unwatchable, especially in brighter scenes.”
Could that mean that my current TV just doesn't handle it the right way? But again, why would DVD's and BR's played through my OPPO
look fine though.
One more thing, this is what the manual says in the picture section:
"3:2 pulldown Adjusts the picture recorded in 24 fps for optimum quality. (Off/On/Auto)
24p Direct in 48Hz: Achieves more cinematic playback by reproducing the movie contents at twice the
speed of 24 frames per second. (60Hz/48Hz)"
Thanks for any helpEdited by MIkeDuke - 9/26/13 at 8:43am