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Old 02-13-2012, 10:57 AM   #1
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Default 3D content playback at 24p?

I've heard on a 120Hz display using active shutter glasses you're not actually getting 24p playback because with the glasses on your actually getting 60Hz each eye so all 24p content is having 3:2 pulldown processing is this correct?
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That is correct on many sets to the best of my knowledge. Happens with other sets too, the VT-series (2010/2011) plasma shows 3D content at 60Hz/eye. There is no guarantee regardless of frame rate you're avoiding 3:2 pulldown, proper research is required.
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