Originally Posted by TetraVaal
It's not even the motion they're complaining about, per se. It's judder, which is different, and primarily applies to slower panning shots, or slow, vertical camera movement. Keep in mind, these complaints are exclusively aimed at solely film based content that has been shot at 24fps.
No, it's not *just* judder that some of us have complained about. Yes, many of us do believe that the judder that naturally exists in 24fps (and 30fps) material is more noticeable on these OLEDs, probably due to technological differences in OLED vs. LCD and plasma.
But, aside from that, there are various types of flaws we have seen when TruMotion (LG's motion processing feature to reduce judder and blur) is turned on. It seems to exaggerate what are otherwise very slight glitches or stumbles in motion in broadcast TV (OTA and cable). It also causes weird motion anomalies when regular content is combined with animation in the same show (e.g. a newscaster at a desk with a superimposed story window over his shoulder, a meteorologist in front of a radar animation, shows like Son of Zorn). And turning de-judder on causes weird artifact haloes around fast-moving objects. (The higher you turn it up, the worse it gets. Although, to be fair, I've seen similar artifact haloes on other TVs, although maybe not as bad.)
That said, I do think that motion overall has improved since last fall when I got my B6. But even with the latest firmware, I still find that it's not worth having TruMotion turned on for broadcast TV. For everything else, I keep de-judder at 2 and it generally looks good, although there are still glitches now and then.