Originally Posted by ronnin426850
Once I tried Motion Smoothing, I could never go back to regular players. I'm using the latest version of Mirillis Splash. It has a ton of features, although it lacks in some "quality of life" features, that a VLC user may be accustomed to.
But the Motion Smoothing is magic. Highly recommended, if you are into that kind of stuff.
PS: Especially good for anime.
It's actually kind of hit and miss with anime.
See, alot of animations are drawn at 12 FPS, while pans and stuff will still be at a native 24. Even worse, alot of old anime is released as mixed telecined 30hz footage, and it's often deinterlaced improperly depending on where you get it from and what player you use.
Motion interpolators can't deal with that. So sometimes, you'll run into content that artifacts like crazy with motion interpolation on, and sometimes it works fine. It just depends.
EDIT: I don't watch a ton of anime, actually (just Avatar mostly), but I have edited/processed some of it. So don't ask which series is OK for interpolation, I dont know Edited by brucethemoose - 4/11/17 at 2:19pm