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Question MotionFlow efficiency w.r.t. competing technologies?

martin31fr

Standard Member
Hi all,

Is there any article regarding motion interpolation/smoothness/judder removal, comparing Sony's MotionFlow to other competing technologies?

I currently have a Philips TV set with Perfect Natural Motion. I set PNM to 'Maximum' mode. In this mode, PNM tries to smoothen motion (i.e. add interpolated images) in all cases, sometimes introducing artifacts, which I don't care much about. I prefer having constant smooth motion with occasional artifacts than a motion where the TV occasionally disables its motion smoothness engine sometimes. I've seen Samsung TV do that quite a lot, which is horrible.

Is there such a setting in MotionFlow so make sure the TV creates interpolated images in all cases?

Thank you and happy new year!
 

LCDseeker

Distinguished Member
Hi all,

Is there any article regarding motion interpolation/smoothness/judder removal, comparing Sony's MotionFlow to other competing technologies?

I currently have a Philips TV set with Perfect Natural Motion. I set PNM to 'Maximum' mode. In this mode, PNM tries to smoothen motion (i.e. add interpolated images) in all cases, sometimes introducing artifacts, which I don't care much about. I prefer having constant smooth motion with occasional artifacts than a motion where the TV occasionally disables its motion smoothness engine sometimes. I've seen Samsung TV do that quite a lot, which is horrible.

Is there such a setting in MotionFlow so make sure the TV creates interpolated images in all cases?

Thank you and happy new year!
There is a very informative post by Mallet94 on this subject. Have a look on the forum it's on this frst page.
 

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