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made a few more observations...1st of all,i'm not a film engineer...ok,here is what i think could possibly be happening...i just watched some NFL footage and the Grammy Awards from my HD DVR along with some HD broadcasts with FI on full blast set to HIGH.conclusion? no jerkiness whatsoever,no matrix like movements and no artifacting.it was as clean as can be.i had to even double check and make sure it was on.my point? these were live broadcasts with no film manipulation whatsoever form the producers.
when you watch a movie,you have to keep in mind that to get the "special effects" done convingcingly,the engineers have to manipulate the scenes and of course the different "frames" to get the shots right.if everyone agrees,turning the FI on makes you "clearly" see everything and in turn sometimes revealing some of these "manipulations" done by the directors to pull off the "the 20ft leap from across the building" sometimes they have to go in there and "add or remove a frame or two.
from these observations,i would say the FI is woking properly.don't you guys remember that when hi-def 1st came around,all of these "hanging wires" and special effects were more noticable since you can clearly see it.i think Frame Interpolation is making some new revelations in manipulations done on film too.just my 2 cents.