Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by vali23ro, Feb 7, 2009.
Is 24p feature something that affects the TV when you are playing movies from PC?
You can output 24p via HDMI/DVI (CEA mode) from ATI HD3000 and HD4000 series. Not sure about the other ATI series and nVIDIA cards
Yes, I output 1080/24p from my Geforce 8800 under Vista no problem.
that's good to know
i meant if i will buy a LCD TV that doesn't handle 24p well would it affect me if i play AVI & MKV from my pc? I will use the TV in 60p, just as a regular monitor. The regular monitor plays AVI & MKV with no judder, will the TV act the same?
playing 24p contents @ 60Hz will cause judder (even on monitors)
but it seems you're not affected, so I guess you'll be fine with a standard set
I'm guessing your AVI and MKV files won't be encoded at 24 frames per second. Therefore the TV does not need to be able to display 24 frames per second.
24p is a feature that is mainly used with Blurays as they are encoded in 24 frames per second. When playing these 24p films at 50 or 60 frames per second you will get judder.
But seeing as you're only going to be outputting 60hz from your PC you will be fine with a 60hz capable TV (which is most TVs!).
Most MKVs are incoded in 24fps. To the OP, I wouldnt worry, the TV plays 24hz fine from a PC.
Most AVI, Divx. MKV etc... movies are encoded in 24p.
So if the OP want judder free motion, he needs a 24p capable TV and GPU.
not all of them
Well i hooked up my 32A450 720p tv, wich is in no way 24p capable and tryied alot of avis & mkv. no judder at all. so i guess my question is answered now. 32A656 won't be a problem for me as a PC monitor
what is your definition of judder?
Yeah, he was talking about getting an A656 though which is what I was reffering to
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