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  • #16
    Originally posted by mattmatt View Post
    I looked on this discs cover to find what frame rate it was encoded but didn't say. Just has 1920x1080.

    The thing is, like I said before, On a Panasonic high end (over $6000 AU) 1080P plasma, I saw the same jiddery pans. During normal scenes, closups, fast action, etc - it looks spectacular! But typically on wide shots that are panning slowely, its jiddery / jerky.

    I'm experiencing this in home cinema BR from Playstation 3, not output monitor from timeline.

    Not to get into an LCD vs Plasma war, just wanted to know if anyone else has noticed this? (Hire "Shooter" and look out for it on the wide pans).
    Only a few latest display on do 24p, to be sure, go into PS3 settings and check force 24p output, if you don't see a picture on your display then that will tell you that it can not do it.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Khoi Pham View Post
      Only a few latest display on do 24p, to be sure, go into PS3 settings and check force 24p output, if you don't see a picture on your display then that will tell you that it can not do it.
      Actually a lot of panels will accept it but process to 60i.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by shueardm View Post
        Actually a lot of panels will accept it but process to 60i.
        Like I said, only a few will display 24P.
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        • #19
          Ahah! Very interesting :) Thanks guys - so all the new hollywood blockbusters are gonna look grap (jittery) on my panel....Who would have thunk!

          Which brings me to another point - when creating Bluryas of my own, 25P? 50P? Yes? Being in a PAL region?
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Khoi Pham View Post
            Like I said, only a few will display 24P.
            But you said if you can't see a picture then the panel wont do it- but that doesn't happen if it's making it 60i.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by mattmatt View Post
              Ahah! Very interesting :) Thanks guys - so all the new hollywood blockbusters are gonna look grap (jittery) on my panel....Who would have thunk!

              Which brings me to another point - when creating Bluryas of my own, 25P? 50P? Yes? Being in a PAL region?

              I dunno myself, seing as 25P is not Blu-ray stream and 50P is only for 720 I reakon.

              If i get a XDCAMEX and shoot at 1920 x 1080 25P - what would i do with it.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by shueardm View Post
                But you said if you can't see a picture then the panel wont do it- but that doesn't happen if it's making it 60i.
                The PS3 and some other Blu-ray players will automatic detect what the display can accept though HDMI and will output accordingly, if it detect that the display can not use 24P it will output 60i, that is why it confused alot of people, to be sure, read the manual of the display or "force 24P output", if the display can not do 24P you will not see a picture, it is not the display that is converting 24P to 60i, it is the player that is doing the converting.
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                • #23
                  Great thread here.

                  This is difficult stuff as a missed setting along the way can really impact your final product.
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                  • #24
                    Agree excellent thread. Thanks, guys.
                    David

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                    • #25
                      Hi guys. I have the original BluRay Sony disc player. So far none of the BluRay discs which friends have sent me that they themselves made (from EDIUS and PPro), will play on it. Do any of you know if any of the mainstream BD players (home theater units) will yet play the BD discs we make. Otherwise, I guess we're just making them for ourselves for archives, yes? And I don't want to spend the money on a BD disc recorder until the discs are useful on others' systems. I'm still archiving back to HDV.

                      Shades of the first "recordable" CD's!

                      Thanks,
                      Alan
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by AJL14 View Post
                        Hi guys. I have the original BluRay Sony disc player. So far none of the BluRay discs which friends have sent me that they themselves made (from EDIUS and PPro), will play on it. Do any of you know if any of the mainstream BD players (home theater units) will yet play the BD discs we make. Otherwise, I guess we're just making them for ourselves for archives, yes? And I don't want to spend the money on a BD disc recorder until the discs are useful on others' systems. I'm still archiving back to HDV.

                        Shades of the first "recordable" CD's!

                        Thanks,
                        Alan
                        You must update to firmware 2.5 for it to playback BDMV, I assumed you have the BDS1?
                        ftp://download.sony.com/US/bluray/UP...S1_VER0250.EXE
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                        • #27
                          Khoi - many thanks for the upgrade solution. I was unaware it existed. Are the "installation instructions" part of the download - or if not, where might I find them. Don't want to mess up a good machine, and have never upgraded a DVD player with software before.
                          Many thanks,
                          Alan
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Khoi Pham View Post
                            You must update to firmware 2.5 for it to playback BDMV, I assumed you have the BDS1?
                            ftp://download.sony.com/US/bluray/UP...S1_VER0250.EXE

                            Khoi,
                            Do you know if the new firmware update for the 300 or 301 will allow BDMV
                            playback? The firmware is now at 2.60.
                            Jerry
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                            • #29
                              I found the download and installation instructions for the Sony BluRay on the http://download.sony.com website. Thanks guys.
                              Alan
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by AJL14 View Post
                                Khoi - many thanks for the upgrade solution. I was unaware it existed. Are the "installation instructions" part of the download - or if not, where might I find them. Don't want to mess up a good machine, and have never upgraded a DVD player with software before.
                                Many thanks,
                                Alan
                                It takes about 30 minutes or so to update, your main concern is power interuption, if that happen during the update, you might have problems.
                                Follow the link on Jerry's post, they have some intructions for update.
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