Motion Blur

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  1. brewertop

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    Hi
    I have a Samsung LCD 32" 100hz M86BDX and on Sky Digital whilst watching the football I get a lot of motion blur around he ball when it is kicked in the air, is there anyway I can eliminate this? This generally happens on all matches so I know its not the differences in quality of feed.

    I have tried turning the motion plus setting on and off and this seems to make no difference really.

    Any help would be really appreciated

    Will having Sky HD cure this problem?
     
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    It can be caused by bad-deinterlacer, so try a progressive source

    The panel's response time

    The shutter speed, but it should only produce minimal blur

    Disable all form of noise-reduction
     
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    Hi, turned off the Noise reduction and will see what happens. Im not impressed at all by these samsungs, i really think that it is a case of the emporers new clothes.

    Im reluctant to invest in Sky Hd as i dont know if this will cure the motion blur thing.
     
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    wasn't the 'M86' in the previous samsung generation?

    (rhetorical question)
     
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    yes it is

    It's the one of the first models to have MCFI
     
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    whats mcfi???????????
     
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    you qualify for Curly's guess of the week MCFI = Motion Compensated Frame Interpolation

    Curly
     

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