Originally Posted by Brian_Barros
Also what about trumotion? I hate SOE..... Smooth def adds that. Clear I feel actually looks good. Anyone using these settings
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I also LOATHE SOE.
I personally can see smoothing with Clear.
I can even see it when the User or Custom setting (can't remember), has everything slid to the left meaning minimum - the next thing to off.
But yes, it seems that I have read from more than a few who enjoy what Clear provides. It is certainly much more "tame".
I have also read on the CX thread that the new Cinema Clear is really amazing.
I've read that it creates that clarity you like but also keeps things looking natural.
This is the ONLY thing I've read about the CX that I find to be "tasty".
I also owned the Sony A9G for a while and noticed that that tv had this going for it.
You could have slight smoothing off or on and I had trouble having a problem with any of it.
It's all very simple, the outcome of this with regard to settings. You tolerance or lack of tolerance for SOE will become THE determining factor with regard to your settings.
And don't let anyone "tell you" what settings do or do not exhibit SOE.
Some people are way more/less sensitive to it.
The crazy thing is that Real Cinema the 24p setting had a few people posting that they noticed SOE with that.
I actually had this going on my tv and would turn it off, until I discovered my crappy blu-ray players that couldn't properly do 24p cadence, messed up Real Cinema. I was also using some "defective" HDMI cables at the time that may have looked better with the 3:2 pulldown! Either way, once I changed cables and then the player, Real Cinema finally behaved correctly. Until that point, things actually looked more like film with it off. Crazy I know.
(And yes, I know exactly what Real Cinema is designed to do and how that it has nothing to do with motion interpolation. - If I don't write this, I'll get "skooled" before sundown).