Originally Posted by Elchin Karimov
Just got my B6P few days ago. Have questions re: settings for different types of media to avoid the judder and blur? My software version is - 04.31.20
a) Online streaming (Amazon) - I think the source content is in 24p and the TV fails to smoothly convert it into 48p or 60p. Haven't checked on Netflix yet.
b) HDR 48p movies like the Hobbit - awful judder and blur - I can see picture doubling when the characters move fast
48 fps movies look 24p.
Is there the best mode and/or settings for watching movies from USB inputs/Streaming? I remember my old Samsung JU6500 perfectly converted all video content from the same external drive (even old hd movies and tv shows) into 48 fps and I did not event change any settings.
Since when is the Hobbit in HDR, and since when has it been released for home viewing at its native 48fps? What other 48fps movies are you referring to? I don't know of any movies that stream native 48fps and no movie has been released on disc at that frame rate since Blu-ray doesn't support it as far as I know.
Sounds like you probably have motion interpolation on. I personally recommend turning that all off as it is never perfect, and destroys the original artistic intent anyway. Keep Real Cinema on, as that allows for proper 24fps playback, but turn off TruMotion dejudder and deblur settings imo.
Deblur only affects interpolation of content higher than 30fps, so for example, news and sports, to 120hz. Dejudder is the main setting that affects anything 30fps or under. The higher the setting, the more interpolation you're applying. It results in a higher frame rate, but you're going to get way more artifacts and inconsistent conversions (occasional frame drops as you've seen). If you turn both to 0, and keep Real Cinema on, you see the original content at their original frame rate. 24fps content plays at a proper 24fps cadence, 60fps content plays at 60fps. No interpolation, no pulldown judder, just proper frame rate playback.
But some people don't like the way that looks, so YMMV.
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