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GitDat 12-08-07 10:09 AM

Samsung Auto Motion Plus?!
 
I just bought a Samsung 40" 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV Model# LNT4071F

Has anyone seen this Auto Motion Plus® technology in action?? :eek:

I just can't believe there's not more things about it on the web. It transforms movies into looking like real-time HD camcorder or something, lol.

XDanger 12-08-07 06:03 PM

Re: Samsung Auto Motion Plus?!
 
is it interpolating the 60hz?

Ruined 12-09-07 10:30 AM

Re: Samsung Auto Motion Plus?!
 
Looks way too gimmicky IMO. My Sony KDS-60A3000 120hz set has a similar tech they call "Motion Enhancer" which I leave disabled. The real nice thing about 120hz sets is being able to display film without 3:2 judder, not this artificial crap.

FastM 12-09-07 06:06 PM

Re: Samsung Auto Motion Plus?!
 
I agree, it was fun to play around with for the 1st day or 2, after that its kinda annoying and makes movies look like documentries.

The ony Channel I appreciate it on is DiscoveryHD, since its all documentries anyway it does smooth out some movement.

crainger 12-09-07 07:19 PM

Re: Samsung Auto Motion Plus?!
 
My Philips has the same tech. I too turned it off. Does exactly what you guys say. Makes everything like a documentary or behind the scenes featurette.

XDanger 12-13-07 06:18 PM

Re: Samsung Auto Motion Plus?!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by crainger
My Philips has the same tech. I too turned it off. Does exactly what you guys say. Makes everything like a documentary or behind the scenes featurette.

Zooming has the same effect.

crainger 12-13-07 06:24 PM

Re: Samsung Auto Motion Plus?!
 
Zoomy942 also has the same effect.


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