Originally Posted by BigCoolJesus
So I've been using Trumotion User with De-judder set to 2 and De-blur set to 10. Really helps with any judder/stutter issues without introducing noticeable SOE.
I know the "drawback" a high De-judder setting can cause...but what possible drawback can a high De-blur setting cause?
I have it set to 10 as the CNET review article says it nearly doubled motion resolution to 600 lines. Didn't really say what drawbacks there might be though.
Not that I have seen other than the stuttering on 1080i/60 stuff, that can only be beaten with cutting TM and Real Cinema off. Chad ran motion tests and DB settings 8-10 gave pretty much the same result, so I just leave mine on 9.
Originally Posted by Brainwrek
I just ordered my 55EF9500. Very excited. But I'm a complete dummy about 3D. As I understand it, this TV can convert 2D to 3D. So is it worth replacing my 2D Blu-Rays with 3D Blu-Rays? Life of Pi, for example – stunningly beautiful movie. Wondering if there would be much difference between the 2D and 3D versions on this TV?
I would not sweat converting with the display, I have never been a fan unless it is just some tv content you could not otherwise get in 3D. Try renting a title if you already own the 2D version, from 3dblurayrental.com.
Originally Posted by tcat
Curious about calibration. Just purchased the 65ef9500. I don't have a Bluray player (and don't plan to get one). Most of what I've read use dvd's. Curious if "everyone" calibrates, or if many are happy with initial setup. Or better to pay Chad $225 or $450?
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Try this for starters since you don't have a blu-ray player:
OLED Light 100
Everything else stock IIRC.
Gamma 2.2 and 49 brightness will crush more 1% black than 2.4 and 50, so IMO it looks better watching mixed content with compression artifacts in the near black. If you use 2.4 gamma and set to 49, it crushes too much. I spent about an hour last night playing with Disney WOW's advanced brightness pattern and adjusting 2.4 and 2.2 settings (including 5% white balance controls), and 2.2 Gamma with 49 brightness is easily best out of the box (if you want to cut down on near black warts).
Originally Posted by Maverick0984
There is a mode to fake 2D to 3D and it can be somewhat entertaining but it is nowhere close to actual 3D mastered content on Bluray.