Originally Posted by purpleman2k
...I actually like the smooth motion soap-opera effect...
...I don't like judder or pure 24p film look...
...Why do I need Pure Cinema ON for 24p content?...
' and the 'Reduce Judder
' options work together.
Since you don't care for the 'natural' Judder of 24p, you want
'Pure Cinema' Off at all times and 'Reduce Judder' at 0.
If that's not enough:
To remove any leftover Judder, turn 'Pure Cinema' back On
and set 'Reduce Judder' to 10. You'll then get your almost pure, organic
It does come at a cost of sometimes seeing distorted
image artifacts when lots of motion/action are going on.
Are there any movies/shows 'videoed' at 60fps? I'm sure you'll love
seeing that. That'd be fairly Judderless.
(There is NetFlix
'. It's 60VF. Have you seen this yet?
It's so 'smooth and slick', you might slip and fall down.)
The question for me is, how do these Vizio Displays handle 24p
content coming from a device's 60Hz output? Is the end result
the same as a 24p streamed or Blu-Ray content?
I guess I should blow the dust of my older 4K Roku and check