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    Default What is 24p True Cinema Video Output


    Saw this on a Sony blu ray player. Is this some Sony thing?
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    it just means it supports/will output a 1080p/24fps signal, i.e. the 24 frames per second that film is filmed at. "True cinema" refers to this being the "true" way a film is meant to be seen. You have to have a tv that can accept a 1080p/24fps signal however. So you have to have BOTH parts to enjoy this option.
    When you see this in action you'll never go back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkadin View Post
    You have to have a tv that can accept a 1080p/24fps signal however. So you have to have BOTH parts to enjoy this option.
    Accepting the signal isn't enough. There's still a relatively short list of TV's that actually display the material at 24 FPS, even though there's a much longer list of TV's that accept 1080p24.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkadin View Post
    it just means it supports/will output a 1080p/24fps signal, i.e. the 24 frames per second that film is filmed at. "True cinema" refers to this being the "true" way a film is meant to be seen. You have to have a tv that can accept a 1080p/24fps signal however. So you have to have BOTH parts to enjoy this option.
    When you see this in action you'll never go back.
    I Agree...I love my new Sony XBR4 with 120hz and 1080p/24 pfs. Also add in motion flow.
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    yeah the tv needs to be able to output a 1080p/24f signal also.

    yeah what is really da bomb is the fact that the 768p Kuro I have can accept and display the 24fps signal. sooooooooo cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Detroit Tigers Fan View Post
    I Agree...I love my new Sony XBR4 with 120hz and 1080p/24 pfs. Also add in motion flow.
    Is that the smoothing tech? I generally don't like that for movies.
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    Read this for a 1080p/24 explanation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yog-Sothoth View Post
    Read this for a 1080p/24 explanation.
    was this for me or OP? I understand 1080P@14fps but many such TVs also have tech to artificially smooth out judder which can ruin a lot of movies
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    was this for me or OP? I understand 1080P@14fps but many such TVs also have tech to artificially smooth out judder which can ruin a lot of movies
    For the OP....

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