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I'm not speaking calibration here.



My TV is capable of 24p output although there is no option that says "24p mode". My blu-ray player has an option that says 24p output - auto or off.


I do however have a film mode (has a bunch of options - high, mid, low etc.)


MY preference I like 120Hz.

I just want to know the correct combination of film mode, blu-ray 24p setting, and 120Hz mode that will produce the least judder? I'm not sure what the film mode exactly means so this is where I need help.


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Let me rephrase this.


Film mode does this

Film Mode (3:2 pull-down)

Automatically detects a fi lm-based source (originally

encoded at 24 frames/second), analyzes it then recreates

each still film frame for high-deinition picture quality.


- Advanced(High)/Advanced(Low): Select a desired level

to remove jerkiness from film contents.

- Standard: Detects, analyzes, converts film source.

Off: Normal viewing mode.


"Film Mode" does not function depending on input signal

type.

"Standard" does not function when channel display shows

an input signal resolution of 480p, 720p, or 1080p.




I'm trying to figure out if I have 24p output enabled on my bluray player along with 120Hz on for my TV, if film mode will even make a difference? I just want to know the best way to combine these when viewing 120Hz.
 
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