Re: Less motion blur - CRT or LCD at 60Hz?
Posted: 17 Oct 2019, 19:01
Does XL2546 work single strobe at 50/60Hz?
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Not yet. Currently, even 0.1ms GtG can have more than 10ms MPRT -- see GtG versus MPRT FAQ. Motion blur is bottlenecked by refresh rate when non-impulsed.nuninho1980 wrote:@admin or @moderator:nuninho1980 wrote:Ok. Do I choose BenQ ZOWIE XL2546 for less motion blur at low Hz?
Please you should decide less motion LCD monitor but attention max 25".
PS: Does OLED 22" 4k w/ 0.04ms or 0.1ms have strobe? (no urgent needed for your answer ) But after that LCD, I'll upgrade OLED(?) monitor in next +/-2 years.
No. But the XL2411P does single-strobe.nuninho1980 wrote:Does XL2546 work single strobe at 50/60Hz?
Thank you. I would buy 1ms IPS strobed but min 27" is big. :/ But I'll buy XL2411P soon.Chief Blur Buster wrote:No. But the XL2411P does single-strobe.nuninho1980 wrote:Does XL2546 work single strobe at 50/60Hz?
However, my experience is that on one of those new 240Hz IPS 1ms strobed panels that I have seen .... 120Hz hardware strobe + software BFI produces relatively great looking 60 Hz strobing. It's a shame that manufacturers still arbitrarily set a minimum strobe Hz because they're worried users will hate the flicker (many do, but not everyone). For good 60Hz strobing on 120Hz hardware-strobed displays, you do have to specifically choose emulators (or other software) that include a software BFI mode.
I suggest you wait for 240Hz 1ms IPS. I've seen prototypes already. They're arriving soon. Deeeee-licious color. Which (mostly) maintain itself in strobed mode. I've seen them myself already. Fewer compromises for CRT lovers IMHO.
If you are a CRT user that reluctantly switching to LCD, then three words for CRT lovers: "240Hz 1ms IPS" especially those with a strobe feature. Even motion clarity at 120Hz and 165Hz on these panels are better than 144Hz 3ms IPS and all 1440p 165Hz 3ms IPS panels ever made to date.
black levels thoChief Blur Buster wrote: If you are a CRT user that reluctantly switching to LCD, then three words for CRT lovers: "240Hz 1ms IPS"
it reminds me not long ago i saw a 4k TV that when the anti motion blur option was enabled, did the map street moving image test and motion was clear and was able read the text, but i felt it like i feel 60hz on CRT, and the image was double while moving, so i bet it had a strobing of 120hz,so i bet 60hz strobe definitelly has to be very bad and much worse than 60hz CRTRealNC wrote:the flicker of 120Hz LCD strobing looks about the same as 75Hz CRT flicker.
They do - https://www.blurbusters.com/faq/motion-blur-reduction/billburrbuster wrote:Why dont LCDs with LED backlight imitate CRT strobing by turning on and off rows of led? like first millisecond the rows 1 and 2 on, then 2 and 3, then 3 and 4 and so on. Or its not possible to do that fast enought? i mean its not rotating the crystals, just on\off some led elements...
Scanning is a theoretical holy grail (and that is HOW Blur Busters was born -- I used to be scanningbacklight.com in 2012 !!!) -- just strobe backlights have historically been easier to make higher quality for some very important reasons.billburrbuster wrote:but its just regular blinking. im talking about imitating scanline movement to make it look more like CRT. people saying, with the same frequency LCD strobbing looks worse than CRT blinking. One of the reasons is that on CRT there is always horizontal strip of shining pixels moving top to bottom