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Using 24p, film mode, and 120Hz all at once

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Film Mode (3:2 pull-down)
Automatically detects a fi lm-based source (originally
encoded at 24 frames/second), analyzes it then recreates
each still film frame for high-deinition picture quality.

- Advanced(High)/Advanced(Low): Select a desired level
to remove jerkiness from film contents.

- Standard: Detects, analyzes, converts film source.
Off: Normal viewing mode.

• "Film Mode" does not function depending on input signal
type.
• "Standard" does not function when channel display shows
an input signal resolution of 480p, 720p, or 1080p.



I'm trying to figure out if I have 24p output enabled on my bluray player along with 120Hz on for my TV, if film mode will even make a difference? I just want to know the best way to combine these when viewing 120Hz.

I love 120Hz and some people hate it. Which way would produce the least amount of judder? Should I enable or disable 24p from my blu-ray player? Should I enable or disable film mode?
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Every TV is going to be different and you may even want to change settings depending on the video source.

On my 42" Samsung, turning on 120hz makes some movements look really weird on some movies. Movie/Film mode adjusts the brightness/contrast/saturation which changes colors.

My advice is to go through each setting turning on/off/adjust until the movie looks right for you. A brightness of 87 on one unit may not be the correct choice on another TV. Best to manually adjust settings, try each the combinations and see how it looks.
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Movie is a preset compared to film mode being an option using 3:2 pulldown or not.
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