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I bought a 120hz LED TV, watching blu-ray's I don't get that illusion of 60fps

#11rumbalumbaPosted 2/16/2013 12:25:31 AM
dark knight rises will look like an afternoon soap opera.

but you know what, i would like that fps in films. 100 years have passed and we're still stuck at 24 fps. time for change.
#12sunchipsboiPosted 2/16/2013 12:26:01 AM
All 120hz TVs have built in 120hz processing you can't turn it on or off. Motion Plus is extra processing and is not needed for movies.
#13Cobra9860Posted 2/16/2013 12:34:50 AM
post processing "tru motion/ smooth motion" or whatever looks awful anyway. Consider yourself lucky.
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#14Shiek120(Topic Creator)Posted 2/16/2013 12:41:49 AM
From: rumbalumba | #011
dark knight rises will look like an afternoon soap opera.

but you know what, i would like that fps in films. 100 years have passed and we're still stuck at 24 fps. time for change.


I agree. I mean, some movies do look amazing. I work in an electronics department and the movies I've seen that do look good with the smooth motion...they look AMAZING with it...Journey 2 is a movie that stands out in my mind...some of those scenes were brilliant at "60 FPS."

From: Cobra9860 | #013
post processing "tru motion/ smooth motion" or whatever looks awful anyway. Consider yourself lucky.


I like it in some aspects, but my TV's image looks amazing as it is so I'm not saddened by it. It would've been a nice bonus for sure.
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