Originally Posted by azazzaro
I have a video of a ceremony, made by a photographer, in .mpeg format to 1080p, in some scenes with movement ... like from above on a harbor, with many waves, the TV is a little jerky. I think it is a problem due to the settings of the TV, like motion plus, advanced LED, etc. but I do not know if everything is set correctly.
The issue might
be with the "source video". and not the TV.
Also, the fact that your new TV is larger than your old one and that the resolution is much higher might be making the issue more apparent/noticeable.
turning off all "Advanced Options" ("Dynamic Contrast", "Black Tone", "Smart LED", etc.), since all those settings require additional processing, and see if that helps with the "jerkiness".
If that doesn't work, try playing around with the "Auto Motion Plus"
First, try turning it completely "Off" and see if that helps with the "jerkiness".
If it doesn't, select "Custom", so you can configure "Blur Reduction" and "Judder Reduction" manually. Try turning up the "Judder Reduction
" setting and see if that helps. To return to the default settings, select Reset.
If that doesn't work, try turning on the "Digital Clean View" and the "MPEG Noise Filter" settings (only one at a time though) and see if any of those help.
If all that still doesn't help, than it's most likely a problem with the source video.