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I'm looking for a way to use this with Blu-rays on my PC. If you're not sure what this is some good examples are TrimensionDNM used by WinDVD and TrueTheater Motion used by PowerDVD. Neither of those programs allow the features to be used during Blu-ray play though. I have no idea why but I do know many TVs have a feature called Motion Flow which is basically the same thing.
Edited by Cobra2468 - 4/22/11 at 8:20am
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does your tv not accept 23/24hz input?
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I'm using a monitor and the problem is that I've been watching DVDs with motion interpolation for years. Now, I've got a BD-ROM and have no idea how to watch a Blu-ray with the effect and it looks like absolute **** IMO.
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Originally Posted by Cobra2468;13235216 
I'm using a monitor and the problem is that I've been watching DVDs with motion interpolation for years. Now, I've got a BD-ROM and have no idea how to watch a Blu-ray with the effect and it looks like absolute **** IMO.

ahh right, i doubt there is a way with blu rays because of hdcp or something. your best option is to get a tv that can refresh at 23/24hz as for me blu rays look silky smooth at their native refresh rate as opposed to at 60hz where 3:2 pulldown will be taking place
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