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4k TV motion blur/judder

I was wondering if anyone can fill me in on if 4k tvs will all be susceptible to motion blur/ jutter. Recently returned a vizio P65 because baseball looked terrible on it including faces blurring/pixelating out when the camera angle was not up close. Went to look at other 4k tvs in the store and they all appeared to have the same issue when watching regular hd cable channels. Are there are any tv's that don't have this problem? I will mainly be using the tv on a verizon fios hd dvr box.

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That's an easy yes.

My favorite setting is to turn off motion processing so I see what comes in at the source rather than see defects in motion processing. Upscaling usually is fine.

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Motion blur

Ok thank you. Is there a tv that does not do this as much? Or one you would recomend? Very hesitant to make a purchase now since my hd channels looked terrible on a 4k tv.

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I'm going with no.

You asked "as much." To get rid of the motion processing glitches I turn that off. While a bit low frame rate for sports, BluRay HD content can show up at 24p. and many other articles cover this.

60p is usually more than enough and motion processing IMO is still in its infancy. So my choice is to turn it off when it's not working.

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