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And I don't know every last little technical difference and really the ones that matter when talking 60hz Vs 120hz panels, but I've seen a 42" LG 60hz and a 47" LG 120hz side my side both displaying the same channel on HD and the 120hz was smoother all around.

Flame suit: Activated.

That's because the 120hz tvs are using http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frame_interpolation

This is different from a game running natively at 120hz.
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Originally Posted by rawrjaay View Post
is higher FPS better
or
lower FPS better?
All else being equal, in general, higher is better.
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In games though 30fps and 60 fps is like night and day

In video well, I can watch movies at 24 fps and they play smooth
Except you aren't watching movies at 24fps. They are recorded at 24fps, but each frame is shown muiltiple times. For instance, Panasonic plasma's refresh 24fps Bluray movies at multiple of 2 and 4, so 48fps and 96fps. Samsung and LG use 96(hz), Pioneer used 72hz. Older TV's were all 60fps, so any 24fps content used 3:2 pulldown and was shown at 60fps. Those 120hz and 240hz LCD's just show 24fps movies with each frame multiplied by 5 and 10 times. That is a very simplistic explanation, but no mainstream TV's actually show 24fps in its native 24fps. Even when it's shown with each frame doubled (so 48fps) this refresh rate is low enough some people will notice flicker. I do myself.

Movies actually played back at 24fps would not be smooth. You'd probably seizure.
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Except you aren't watching movies at 24fps. They are recorded at 24fps, but each frame is shown muiltiple times. For instance, Panasonic plasma's refresh 24fps Bluray movies at multiple of 2 and 4, so 48fps and 96fps. Samsung and LG use 96(hz), Pioneer used 72hz. Older TV's were all 60fps, so any 24fps content used 3:2 pulldown and was shown at 60fps. Those 120hz and 240hz LCD's just show 24fps movies with each frame multiplied by 5 and 10 times. That is a very simplistic explanation, but no mainstream TV's actually show 24fps in its native 24fps. Even when it's shown with each frame doubled (so 48fps) this refresh rate is low enough some people will notice flicker. I do myself.

Movies actually played back at 24fps would not be smooth. You'd probably seizure.
This. I thought I'd add that you wouldn't want to watch movies shot at 60fps. Everything looks too "real"
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