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Im over here at my aunt's house and some of the relatives are watching The Dark Knight on Blu-Ray.

I don't want to interrupt to check out the model number of the player but I think it is Samsung.

While watching it, I can't help notice but the picture is moving fast. It's like in fast forward kind of. Its hard to explain. No one else seems to be bothered and are commenting on how nice the picture is on the TV. But, when people are walking - they seem to be running. The voices sound fine.... but I can't help but noticing.

So, is it just the Dark Knight blu-ray or do you think its the player itself? I wouldn't really care considering no one notices but Im curious.
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Is it playing on one of those televisions that are 120hz refresh rate? My friend has one and we watched a Blu ray on his PS3 on the television.. and it looks so much different than a regular HDTV, it's very bizarre. It looks good, but it takes a minute to get used to.. things seem to move faster like you were describing.
    
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It might be how to player is connected to the tv, sometimes if you are going through a surround sound system is could have issues passing the video through, or if you are plugged in to the tv it might just have a problem scaling the image, just a few thoughts.
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Is it playing on one of those televisions that are 120hz refresh rate? My friend has one and we watched a Blu ray on his PS3 on the television.. and it looks so much different than a regular HDTV, it's very bizarre. It looks good, but it takes a minute to get used to.. things seem to move faster like you were describing.
thats what i would think it is, the refresh rate. it cant be the disk. nore the a tv issue. its just something people are not use to because its new technology, its perfectly fine.

its like when people see blu-ray teh first time, when the picture looks like its just going to jump out of the screen but you get use to it.
    
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