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Windows 7: 3D TV Question

04 Nov 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
3D TV Question

Hello all i just bought Samsung 3D LED TV and it works great and i really
like the overall results of HD and 3D content but there is a little problem when i see any movie on DVD the frames are very smooth i mean
normally the movie runs at 29 to 30 FPS if im not wrong but when i see any DVD
movie or content it's like its running over 60 FPS or more!! which does'nt give
the feel like watching a movie instead it looks more like watching reality tv
show is it coz of what? 200/240Hz or how to make them play normal?

oh never mind i found the solution

The Soap Opera Effect: When your TV tries to be smarter than you | Common Sense Tech - CNET News
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05 Nov 2012   #2


I coudn't wait to turn that feature off on my set too. It just looked 'wrong'.
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05 Nov 2012   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Yeah exactly it was wierd frames were running like when we play games at 60+ FPS and all of sudden everything was running ok but was look wrong LOL u know what i mean... Soap Opera Effect!
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