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How to stop juddering in a Samsung Smart TV

If your Samsung Smart-TV suffers from Judding.
Go to Menu - Picture - Picture Options - Movie Plus.
Set Movie Plus to Custom.
Set Judder Reduction to 3

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I'm trying to set up my Panasonic smart viera as650 the picture quality isn't as good as it should be its fuzy around the edges of words and when footballs on things that move fast seem to have a slur to them I just don't no what I can do to the settings to sort it


Check the anti-judder settings and also the viewing mode (Cinema, Sports, Game?) and refresh rate in the TV setup options. Depending on the source input and resolution, the anti-judder settings can actually make screen motions worse and blurry.

Feb 12, 2015 | Panasonic Televison & Video

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Is it a 3D TV. Try changing the refresh rate in the Picture Menu 60HZ is normally the standard but try others. Or if you're TV has Auto Motion Plus options you try turn it on it can be found in your television's menu under Picture Options. The Auto Motion Plus menu contains several options, including On, Off, Clear, Smooth and Standard. If changing your Auto Motion Plus options doesn't correct blur, call Samsung.

Jan 24, 2015 | Samsung Televison & Video

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how are the calibration setting for UN60H7150


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Samsung H7150 Calibration and Picture Settings 1080p 3D Smart LED TV by Robert Wiley, Senior Editor
The H7150 Series
UN46H7150 Review UN55H7150 Review UN60H7150 Review UN65H7150 Review UN75H7150 Review H7150 Calibration Notes: Calibration was very accurate and easy to aquire with the H7150 series LED TV. In fact, it is pretty close to the D6500 color temperature that our calibration shoots for. Be sure that you are changing the AutoMotion Plus feature settings depending on the programming you are watching. That is one of the most important things to keep in mind. With most programming you will want to turn it off or at least the De-judder portion. With 3D really does see a benefit from this, so you may want to leave it on. The Color Space needs no adjustments for a good calibration.
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A television in the process of being calibrated before we begin our review.

Post Calibration Picture Settings Picture Mode Movie Backlight Contrast Brightness Sharpness Color Tint G50/R50 PIP Off
Advanced Settings Dynamic Contrast Off Black Tone Off Flesh Tone Color Space Custom White Balance (See Table) 10pt White Balance (See Table) Gamma Expert Pattern Off xvYCC Off
Picture Options Color Tone Warm2 MPEG Noise Filter Off HDMI Black Level Low Film Mode Off AutoMotion Plus Off Smart LED Off Cinema Black Off White Balance R-Offset G-Offset B-Offset R-Gain G-Gain B-Gain
10pt White Balance Interval Red Green Blue
Screen Adjustment Picture Size Screen Fit

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What is the best setting for the Samsung Led TV UE40D7000, I'm getting blured or juddering in moving scenes.


I have a Samsung UN60J630xxx that had juddering in movie scenes.
Use the Menu to go to Picture - Picture Options - Motion Plus.
Set Motion Plus to Custom and Judder Reduction to 3.
This fixed the juddering.

Oct 28, 2011 | Samsung Televison & Video

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