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I am trying to figure out if dejudder (AMP - I have a Samsung) and 24fps play nice together? I have 24fps turned on on my Bluray player and my TV shows it is receiving a 24fps signal. I have heard it does not make sense to have both 24fps and dejudder on together. Is this true? The theory I usually hear is dejudder adds frames so it does not make sense to pair it with a lower (24fps). If I want to use dejudder is it better to set the Bluray to 60fps?
 

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Both AMP and 24p (paired with 120hz/240hz) serve different purposes, but both are meant to eliminate forms of judder. AMP is meant to eliminate motion judder or motion blur, enabling this increases motion resolution by inserting dummy frames between frames.

24p mode is meant to eliminate film judder caused by 3:2 pulldown. 3:2 pulldown is used to play film content (24hz) on 60hz displays since you cannot evenly refresh 24 on a 60hz display. With 120hz/240hz, Blu-ray movies can evenly refresh eliminating the need for 3:2 pulldown and thus eliminating film judder in the process.


If you like the effect AMP gives you, then by all means, enable it. Personally, I only enable it for animation/CG films or documentaries.
 

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i believe this is how it works....


if your player is set to 60 hz or 24p is off, your tv will interpolate 1 frame to create 120 frames/second, 60+60=120.


If you have 24p enabled, your tv will have to create 5 extra frames to boost the frame rate to 120. 24+24+24+24+24=120.


Of course, this is doubled with a 240 hz set, so 60 hertz sources get 3 inserted frames (60x4=240) and 24p sources get 9 extra frames (24x10=240).


Personally i find that having sources on 24p gets me more of that 3D fake look that i enjoy over 60 hertz signals, so i always have the ps3 set to 24p.
 
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