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Yes, it looks for flags in the video stream to determine if the source is 1080I/60 or 1080P/24. Works perfectly with 99% of discs although there are a few old HDDVDs that are incorrectly flagged as video (1080I/60).
 

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Originally Posted by Krobar /forum/post/15792749


Yes, it looks for flags in the video stream to determine if the source is 1080I/60 or 1080P/24. Works perfectly with 99% of discs although there are a few old HDDVDs that are incorrectly flagged as video (1080I/60).

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i have 1080P film mode always on. and when i watch a blu ray or HD dvd it still says 1080/24P when it hit info on the TV remote.
 

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I thought 1080p film mode is supposed to make the picture look better ? I just got a new samsung un46c6500 model and looks amazing with the BH200. but with 1080p film mode on, it says 1920x1080 24hz and if its off I get 1920x1080 60hz. I thought the 1080p film mode was good thing ?
 

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1080p/24 is the best way to view almost all Blu-ray films.

A few are shot at 1080/60 or 1080/50 but 1080/24 is the usual 'native' frame rate so it should look best.
 
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