Originally Posted by JeffR1
Go to the parachute scene in the movie "kingsman: The Secret Service" and see what happens there with your HD83, see if that scene stays together.
I haven't come across one FI algorithm that can handle that scene.
Also, "The Shawshank Redemption"
Near the end after Morgan Freeman is dropped off in front of a corn field, see how much halo effect there is here.
It's an FI nightmare for any algorithm.
Didn't we talk about that a long time ago? I don't remember seeing that much or severe halo effects there. As it turned out it's rather slow scenes that appear to constitute a problem for FI.
example: The scene where Dr. Floyd has arrived in the outer ring of Space Station V and the elevator doors open, both the outside and inside of the white elevator cabin are covered with sheets of tiny square inlets:
Optoma (HD 83/ HD 50): Only one panel behind the Stewardess sitting there with Dr. Floyd wobbles
JVC DLA-X35: Several Panels wooble
JVC DLA-X5500: There are shortly large and blank triangles on the outer cabin
Other than that both Optoma's PureMotion or JVC's Clear Motion Drive (on the X5500) perform rather nicely and almost halo- and artifact-free. If you see characters in House of Cards
moving against each other there are sometimes tiny areas of "digital confusion" next to the characters with PureMotion while C.M.D. has the tendency to feature tiny vertical ghost images trailing the characters.
But those are rather exceptions than general observations.
Another great image test are the rolling screen credits at the end of each House of cards
episode, PureMotion rolls these smoothly without any apparent problems, the X5500 sometimes has to catch up (refresh).