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Converter to remove pulldown from 60p stream and output at 24p?

Almost all the content I watch is 24p but when I use Chromecast or PS3 apps/DVD playback the output is 60p with 3:2 pulldown. I'm watching on my Benq HT2050 and would like native 24p whenever possible, so I'm hoping to find an inexpensive converter box to take the HDMI signal, remove the pulldown and output at 24p. Does such a thing exist?
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Almost all the content I watch is 24p but when I use Chromecast or PS3 apps/DVD playback the output is 60p with 3:2 pulldown. I'm watching on my Benq HT2050 and would like native 24p whenever possible, so I'm hoping to find an inexpensive converter box to take the HDMI signal, remove the pulldown and output at 24p. Does such a thing exist?
The Lumagen Radiance video processors have a "Reinterlace" setting which does what you want. You might look for a used Radiance.

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The Lumagen Radiance video processors have a "Reinterlace" setting which does what you want. You might look for a used Radiance.

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Oof, that's spendy! I might have to pass if that's the only option :/
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