Originally Posted by Manyak
That's because CRT TVs are all 640x480 - standard VGA res. However, if you pick up a VGA->Composite converter box, you can usually get it up to 1024x768 at least. And if the TV is an HDTV and accepts a 1080i input over component, you can use that too.
lol I absolutely hate 120Hz smooth motion. Even normal life isn't like it, because when you move your eyes you're actually blind for a split second - which is what happens with fast motion in standard 24FPS video. Even if I had an LCD I wouldn't use it.
Whaaaaat? No you don't go blind for a "Split second"! If anything one eye's are catching Everything that is see but the Brain filters out what is not needed.. You are one silly person! LOL
Brain makes your
eye's "go blind for a split second" But I see it all and If you notice, while your standing in the mirror one day "Admiring yourself" (LOL)- your body is constantly moving and shifting Very slightly, as well your eye's doing the same thing. That is because the eye's stay "Fixed" on what it's focused on. Kind of like a Hawk's head will stay still while it's body is moving around if someone is holding it, while it's staring at something... Same pricipal!
I like the movement of the "Auto Motion Plus 120Hz"! It's more interesting!
Plus, in real life, do you see trailing of all objects you are turning your head? No! Auto Motion Plus adds to the realizm of the film. It's kind of like standing in front an object and looking past it, focused on something further away. You see the demensional movement of things in front of what your actually looking at!