"Credits at the end, unless your reading them for fun,
help expose some of the TVs quirks such as the
horrid FALD algorithm in the P50."
Horrid? If the by-product of ALZ is having 'flickering'
credits, I don't mind. If you're having 'Pulsing' issues
during content, either your Display is faulty or you are
quite sensitive to ALZ. While ALZ is not a perfect
science, it's working much better for me than it did
with the 2014 P-Series.
"Now the pulsing FALD issue that will never be fixed
because the P50 is only 60hz is another issue entirely."
I'm not aware of any ALZ issue being tied the 60Hz
Displays. Tell me more.
"And to suggest shutting off Active LED on a TV
that is made for using it at all times for the most
part, is NOT a suggestion at all."
"I appreciate the "suggestion" but that's not much of a fix,
as it completely ruins the reason you buy a FALD set."
Woah. Slow down. While I replied back to you, replies are
also the benefit of others, too. I also replied back to someone
who first asked about the credit-flicker.
If anyone else likes to 'de-flicker' the credits, the two ways
I know of are:
a) TEMPORARILY use a higher Reduce Judder setting.
b) TEMPORARILY turn-off ALZ.
"Like its been said a million times before,
if I have to turn off Active LED for most
things with the P50 so they don't flicker or
pulsate into place then there is no reason to
own a FALD [Display], [might] as well get
edge-lit or direct-lit (if anyone still makes those)."
A million times? I thought is was a billion? (Checking...)
Oh, so it was only a million. My bad.
If you Display is faulty or if today's Vizio ALZ is not to
your liking, then you have some choices/decisions on what
to do about it. I have yet to see any up-front, obvious ALZ
pulsing or the like. The main problem is the motion issue.
"Vizios biggest mistake with the 2016 P-Series
IMO, was making the P50 only 60hz when the
2014 P50 was 120hz. Too many zones for a
60hz TV to handle."
I had the 2014 P50. It's a native, 60Hz TV just like this year's