Philips 47PFL6877 bad motion problems, edge judder, ghosting
Originally Posted by dbah
That clip is not relevant. It does not contain fast moving objects in the scene. A fast moving object is when the scene is staying still or moving slow but the object inside it is moving faster.
I have experienced all the possible sources like DVD, blue-ray, 3d blue-ray, full HD TV, VGA, smart tv.. all. :)
Is always depands. It is not a precise rule.
We have to scenarios:
Instance 1: Camera following a car (the car stays in the center of the scene) as the camera moves from left to right.
If you do not turn on Perfect Natural Motion then you get judder for the terraces behind the race track. That is called ghosting.
Instance 2: Turning Perfect Natural Motion ON, will make nice motion for "Instance 1" but will create object breaking or edge judder in the following:
Camera is not moving and inside the scene you have a table tennis game. As the players are making fast moves their edges are breaking apart not being able to follow the normal motion.
In this case you will feel the need to take Perfect Natural Motion Off, which will take away the problem, but in case the camera is moving like in "Instance 1" you get the other problem.
..and so on..
As I said before you have to chose which bad behavior you want to have. It is impossible to run the TV without any of the above problems.
Best to all!