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would a scaler etc improve football "Judder" on pio 434

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by reckless, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. reckless

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    There've been a few post regarding footy on the 434 but they seem to concentrate primarily on resolving detail in the grass etc. Would something like an iscan etc assist in the issue that the picture "judders" due to the frame rate conversion and smooth it out to say Panny levels?
     
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    have you thought about SDI from a Skybox, don't know if a 343 can take this
     
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    :oops: 434 oops
     
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    I have noticed football judder on my pio as well. Its like its running in slow motion when someone plays a long ball!! Any help on fixing this would be awesome? I noticed it helped slightly by turning off some of the image filters but is way behind the quality when i watch footy on a panny viera.
     
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    Just been talking to a guy at work with the exact same problem when watching football, someone out there must know a "cure" :) pls.
     

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