LG C9 underclocking to 96Hz

Talk about overclocking displays at a higher refresh rate. This includes homebrew, 165Hz, QNIX, Catleap, Overlord Tempest, SEIKI displays, certain HDTVs, and other overclockable displays.
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Re: LG C9 underclocking to 96Hz

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 29 Jan 2023, 18:57

Very interesting unorthodox combo that succeeded 3D Vision glasses on OLED on 3D movies without pulldown judder:

- Deviate from 4K standard (4K standard is HT4400 VT2250).
- Overclock your 24x4 = 96Hz need to 25x4 = 100Hz, a mode that the OLED supports;
- Use Reclock to compensate for audio problem of overclocking your 3D
- Use Smooth Video Project

Although Smooth Video is anathema to Hollywood Filmmaker Mode, there's some important purposes that it serves in frame-sequential 3D, in making sure that the frame is time-accurate to the shutter-opened eye, avoiding the weird 3D depth changes with 24Hz/48Hz shutter glasses with horizontal panning in opposite directions.

3D Vision always had the little documented problem that you had shallow 3D with horizontal pans in one direction, but deep 3D with horizontal pans in the other direction, because both frames were rendered at the same time, but was presented to eyes at different times (aka violation of gametime:photontime)
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