Moving images will have unchanged motion blur...? I'm confusedChief Blur Buster wrote: ↑29 Mar 2020, 18:56-- Reducing refresh rate will increase motion blur. Halving refresh rate will typically double nonstrobed motion blur
-- Higher resolutions will mean bigger difference between stationary-vs-moving images. Moving images will have unchanged motion blur, but stationary images will be sharper, creating a bigger delta between stationary images versus moving images.
Consider a 1440p 240Hz monitor if you hate strobing and hate motion blur, but still want 1440p. And upgrade your graphics to maintain framerates (or use a frame rate amplification technology such as NVIDIA DLSS)
I assume 1440p vs 1080p will have the same motion blur if the object is moving at the same pixel/s but that would mean the object is moving slower on the 1440p screen. If it was moving the same speed (crossing the screen in the same amount of time) it would have more motion blur. Is this correct?
edit: I think I figured it out XD. Assuming it's going the correct speed for this, the 1080p will have 3 pixels of blur and the 1440p will have 4 resulting in the same length blur trail.