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508XD, PS3 Blu-ray = judder

atmorell

Standard Member
Hello,

I got a 508XD connected to a PS3. TV and games is very smooth and looks great. When I put on a Blu-ray disc, the movie judders/stutters. It get's really bad when the camera is panning. I tryied with 6 different Blu-ray movies and it's the same with all movies. If I open the service menu the screen reports that it is displaying 1080p/24p. This should be optimal.

508XD
Purecinema: Advanced
Drive mode: 3
All filters is off.

PS3
Resolution: 1080p
24Hz: on
firmware 2.35

Tried 3 different HDMI cables.

Any ideas?
 

kingfats

Distinguished Member
Hello,

I got a 508XD connected to a PS3. TV and games is very smooth and looks great. When I put on a Blu-ray disc, the movie judders/stutters. It get's really bad when the camera is panning. I tryied with 6 different Blu-ray movies and it's the same with all movies. If I open the service menu the screen reports that it is displaying 1080p/24p. This should be optimal.

508XD
Purecinema: Advanced
Drive mode: 3
All filters is off.

PS3
Resolution: 1080p
24Hz: on
firmware 2.35

Tried 3 different HDMI cables.

Any ideas?

Hi atmorell. :)
This is strange :confused: as there should be no judder with this TV on Blu-ray playback via the PS3.
The PS3 is set to AUTO or ON for 1080p/24? :) also,you don't need Drive in 3,as the Pioneer auto-detects the 24fps signal and displays it @ 72Hz. :cool:
Do a test,play a movie..........but with Purecinema to OFF,and see if that makes any difference.
All the best.
 

atmorell

Standard Member
Hi atmorell. :)
This is strange :confused: as there should be no judder with this TV on Blu-ray playback via the PS3.
The PS3 is set to AUTO or ON for 1080p/24? :) also,you don't need Drive in 3,as the Pioneer auto-detects the 24fps signal and displays it @ 72Hz. :cool:
Do a test,play a movie..........but with Purecinema to OFF,and see if that makes any difference.
All the best.


PS3 24Hz playback is set to ON. So what driver mode should I select for Blu-ray? 1, 2 or 3? I will try a movie with Purecinema: OFF tonight. Hmmm I saw the exact same TV yesterday playing a Blu-ray movie from a Pioneer Blu-ray player and motion perfectly smooth :/ Could my PS3 be defect?
 

kingfats

Distinguished Member
PS3 24Hz playback is set to ON. So what driver mode should I select for Blu-ray? 1, 2 or 3? I will try a movie with Purecinema: OFF tonight. Hmmm I saw the exact same TV yesterday playing a Blu-ray movie from a Pioneer Blu-ray player and motion perfectly smooth :/ Could my PS3 be defect?

Hi atmorell. :)
Drive 1 :smashin: also,change the PS3 to AUTO for 24p...just in case there is a bug. :(
Your Pioneer reads 24Hz though,so the PS3 must be outputting correctly :confused: are you straight to the TV or through a receiver?
All the best.
 

atmorell

Standard Member
No difference. Movies still stutter/judder. Also tried with 1080i, 24Hz on and off. All purecinema settings.

I am totally lost :lease:
 

kingfats

Distinguished Member
No difference. Movies still stutter/judder. Also tried with 1080i, 24Hz on and off. All purecinema settings.

I am totally lost :lease:

Hi atmorell. :)
Tried turning on the PS3 first,before the Pioneer or vice versa? changing HDMI Inputs............via remote. :confused:
 

atmorell

Standard Member
Hi atmorell. :)
Tried turning on the PS3 first,before the Pioneer or vice versa? changing HDMI Inputs............via remote. :confused:

Thanks for answering again..

Tried that.. sorry no go. Motion still judders/stutters. I can't see any difference at all between 24Hz = auto and 24Hz = off. Hmmm that is strange :/ I guess the next step would be to test my PS3 at another TV.
 

kingfats

Distinguished Member
Thanks for answering again..

Tried that.. sorry no go. Motion still judders/stutters. I can't see any difference at all between 24Hz = auto and 24Hz = off. Hmmm that is strange :/ I guess the next step would be to test my PS3 at another TV.

I was going to say.............does this happen with all dics? testing the PS3 on another TV that supports 24p might be difficult,no!
 

atmorell

Standard Member
I was going to say.............does this happen with all dics? testing the PS3 on another TV that supports 24p might be difficult,no!

One of the local stores got a 508XD in a snow room and they have allowed me to test my PS3 on their setup. Hmmm I could also try another PS3 on my TV.
 

kingfats

Distinguished Member
One of the local stores got a 508XD in a snow room and they have allowed me to test my PS3 on their setup. Hmmm I could also try another PS3 on my TV.

Hi atmorell. :)
Yeah,because you've got to find out where the issue lies :( PS3 or the Pioneer.
You feed the Pioneer 24fps and automatically it should display @ 72Hz,no matter what Drive or TV setting it's on,come to think of it. :confused:
 

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