[Videos] - Amd Fluid Motion

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    Someone told me that new Amd Fluid Motion features included in last Catalyst (for some video card) work very well so imho Media Portal should consider to add the compatibility same as Cyberlink PowerDVD 14


     
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    I'm skeptical (based on my understanding) because

    1. I personally don't like frame interpolation, and i go to painful lengths to disable it on my TV.
    2. Most TVs can do frame interpolation anyway.
    3. Some TVs can't turn off frame interpolation so you may get double interpolation
    4. If you do frame interpolation of 24fps material then you refresh rate for vertical sync would need to be 48/72/96/120 hz, I'm not aware of any TVs can't display these source refresh rates.
     
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    Me too, I don't like frame interpolation. With my Panasonic I'm stuck with min value for "24p film smooth" feature. I'll keep to use the 24 hz refresh, in my case is raised up to 96 hz by the electronics. But consider that Amd Fluid motion work on 60 hz so could be a good choice to play Blu-ray on a typical pc monitor not a standard HDTV Tv. For whom that use media portal on a standard pc monitor there are no alternative over Evr synch feature and Mpar to improve the playback experience. Amd Fluid Motion seems work fine without too much artifact
     
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    Yup i agree. On a pc monitor that can't change refresh rate there would be a role. Mpar is not relevant here.
     
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    I dont' think so. There is frame rate change so I'm pretty sure the MP must handle it. The problem is to get a documentation abotu it, I guess
     
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