Originally Posted by clao
I really don't think you can get 1080p out of 1080i material.. and as long as you use 1080i, there is no way you can get 1080i24, as that don't exist I guess. My tv set for example only use 24Hz when in 1080p. I think you might see the interlaced effect, not the judder/telecine/stutter..
But I might be wrong..
If you select 1080p as output, that is what you get, regardless if the material is i or p! The Tvix deinterlaces.
I too don't think that 1080i24 is output from the Tvix, hence I wanted to see if someone actually had tried this setting. Actually, I don't think HDMI accepts 24i at all.
As the 'Auto' menu alteranative explicitly state 24p, I had hoped that the Tvix overrides the 1080i setting when detecting this media. Which would be the right thing, since if user wanted 24p material to be output in e.g. 50Hz (i or p), he/she would select NTSC/PAL in the Auto menu, and get just this. But until someone are testing this, or I get an answer from DViCO (which normally takes some time), it is all speculations of what this combination will output.
Telecine judder is very easy to spot once you 'learn' to see it (like all other artifacts). And like all other artifact, it eventually drives you crazy (well!)...