Originally Posted by Seegs108
Those refresh numbers don't really matter for motion resolution performance. Those numbers simply state the pulldown method being used. What really matters is the inherent native refresh rate of the panels. For instance, single chip DLP's only frame double 24p material and display it at 48hz and yet motion on DLP is still the best among digital front projectors. The reasoning behind this has to do with how fast the panel can "reset" itself to display something new. DLPs are roughly 3000 times faster at doing this than current LCD and LCoS chips.
Motionflow should be turned off for 2D content so that the proper film cadence, the "24 frame per second" look, can be achieved
. Why ?
For 3D that's debatable. I personally leave all motion enhancing features turned off but some like it on for 3D and sports. There is no optimal setting. It's really a matter of taste and what you like best.
Well , Seegs108 - here, I dont agree
( personally Im not that impressed with the old the "24 frame per second" look, limited by the nearly 100-year-old technique
I personally cant stand to look at especially pans that "picks/ jumps / moves" and definitely does not look like movements in the real world (yes, I know that this is how it - mostly - is filmed and the original "film look"), but for me, it often moves me more "out of the film", mostly over the very rare picture calculation errors which these projectore doing in their "low" setting - so of course it is a personal matter of taste, what is preferred!
( and yes I like HFR - just not the movies,who is made in it for now
If we keep on sticking to the old technics - why do we then want other Things to get "better" then in the movie theater?
Like REC2020 ( bigger colorspace then DCI )
higher color resolution ( 12-16 bit )
Higher contrast then movietheater projectors
higher framerates ( like 48, 60, 72 or even 120 )
IMO the goal is to get it to look so realistic as posible, so I forget it is a movie I look at
- and being fooled to believe that I am in