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Recommended settings for Samsung Auto Motion Plus?

(Topic created on: 08-09-2021 08:25 AM)
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magneman
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Hi,

I not too long ago purchased a 65" Q95T TV, and I like it so far.

I will mainly be watching TV shows on Netflix - I assume that the soap opera effect is caused by having Auto Motion Plus setting on the TV turned on.

 

For me, I have the following settings available to customize: 

Picture of settings 

 

 

Also I have another option to turn on/off Noise Reduction (I couldn't find a picture online that also had this setting).

I am wondering, would it be best for me to turn everything off (Blur reduction, Judder Reduction, LED Clear Motion, and Noise Reduction)? Or should I tweek them a bit instead?

Motion feels smooth with everything set to Auto, but it sometimes causes distortion or blurry images which is a bit annoying (have also noticed some weird lighting effects, but I am unsure which of the Auto Motion Plus settings is causing this).

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Jemvanwin
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If you ever find a setting that works well for everything I'd be very impressed. As a general rule, I feel like any post-processing like this is never going to be an improvement. I just switched it off as I couldn't really find a way around it to make it look good.

I was informed it's best for live sports but I beg to differ. Tried to watch Formula 1 with it but it was driving me mad.
magneman
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Hi, thanks for the feedback. Would you recommend turning Auto Motion Plus off completely, or just edit some of the settings instead of having it set to auto?

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Jemvanwin
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Just shut it off completely.
At least then you're getting the source material they way the creator intended you to see it then.

I would have a go at experimenting with different sports, because people do claim it good for things like football, and pitch based stuff. I just no it's horrible for motor racing from my first hand experience. It feels like there's a lot of screen tearing.
magneman
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I agree, it seems like there is tearing when there is fast moving objects on the screen. I don't mind the increased fps really, but sometimes when there is fast moving objects and a lot of lighting effects it gets weird.

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