Originally Posted by TechNerd666
What is everyone using for TruMotion settings?
" (Samsung), "True
Motion" (LG). (shudder
). Even their "lofty names" give away the "horror".
I remember when they first introduced this to sets over a decade ago. It varies by degree only now. Today it is still sour for me - just LESS sour which = in tech/sales terminology . . . IMPROVED!
ANY tv that requires ANY motion "smoooooothing" to look right
I've seen it's ugly head on this set, even when I activate it but leave everything at min or zero.
My LG with none of this "tech" activated, provides me with a true 24fps film-like cadence with RealCinema activated.
My only problem is having RealCinema turned on with over the air broadcasts. 24fps going into the 60Hz refresh rate of the tv creates 3:2 pulldown resulting in extreme judder. (Jumpy-jump-jump). Once I turned it off with tv shows, the problem mysteriously "disappeared".
I've been told here that turning it on while watching tv doesn't do anything in this situation because that isn't what it is designed
to do. (It's designed to provide even 24fps cadence for 24fps sources such as a blu-ray movie). Here, once again, I part company with those who believe that a setting designed to do ONE thing logically cannot
have an impact on the look/performance of the tv in another area). But actually in this case, it IS logical. A concept in math called "division".
Anyway, if I ever want to experience the smoothing, I'll drink some codeine 10 minutes before my movie.
But to each their own. There's no right; Just what you