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    HD natural motion flaw in outlines of moving objects

    Hi! I would like to know if theres anything i can do to minimize or obliterate the smudges that appear in the outlines of moving objects when HD natural motion is active.

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    Reduce the level to medium?

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    Thanks for your answer. In fact thats what I usually do. The HD natural motion seems to work differently depending on the format of the archive: mp4,mkv,divx, DVD..) I change the natural motion betwen medium or minimum, the problem is that as you reduce the natural motion effect, the film starts to get jerky so I have to modify the hertzs 24Hz, 50Hz (I do it in my digital media player) and I have disabled the 100Hz option in my TV, becouse it seems to inrease the smudges.

    Every time i see a film I need to spent some minutes fidgeting with the settings, I´ll do a list of the settings for each format of archive eventuallly. it´s as if you have to be an engineer to see properly a film. Lol.

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