Originally Posted by alexbarbel
Why don't you give TruMotion a try? If you do perhaps try the User setting with maybe a De-Judder of 2 and a De-Blur as high as 10. You can increase De-Judder if necessary and I don't notice any Soap Opera Effect until I get past 4. You might be pleasantly surprised by the results you get.
If that doesn't make any difference I would be looking at the HDMI cables, remembering that a cable that worked in one set up doesn't necessarily work in another. I have recently gone to High Speed Certified Cables and that has cured an audio problem I was having that didn't happen with my old TV and with my old, non certified, cables. Strange beasts these HDMI cables.
Well you are right about HDMI cables for sure. In this case I really don't think it is the issue though, as it is low-bandwidth signal (720p and 1080i/p coming from Genie box). I'll swap the cable to one of my 600mhz-tested ones just to be sure though.
I've had significant trouble with HDMI cables in another room trying to move 600mhz (4K HDR
) signals around. Had to go fiber optic to make the 50' run reliably. Even some 6' runs required me to purchase 3-4 cables ("Certified" - what a joke) and try each - sometimes only 1 of the group would be reliable. And sometimes, the iffy cables would be fine with another source / display chain. It has to work as a unit, from source, to AVR (if you're using one), to display. Check out the HDFury thread if you want to read up on impossible HDMI issues....
This is definitely a processing issue of some kind - it is really slight.
I do have some kind of "Cinema" processing setting set to "on" - assume it is for 24p material to display correctly but don't know - maybe I'll try turning that off.
Material I'm watching / observing issue with is not film-based.
I've never noticed this on 2 Samsung (recent, middle to upper tier) sets in the same room with same source.
This is an issue I don't want to live with (no matter how slight), as it just drives me nuts. So it will be back to LCD of some kind (Samsung / Sony or something other than LG video processor) in there if I can't figure it out.