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OUTPUT VIDEO FOR BD-C5500

by hvinuya115 / July 2, 2010 10:41 PM PDT

I JUST BOUGHT MY PLAYER COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO.
EVERYTIME I WATCH BLUE RAY DISC IT ALWAYS SHOWS 1920 X 1080 X 24hz
WHEN I PLAY DVD DISC IT SHOWS 1920 X 1080 X 60hz.

I GUESS THIS ARE THE RESOLUTION OR QUALITY OF THE DISC ON PLAYBACK.
JUST WONDERING THOUGH WHY IS IT THAT THE QUALITY OF THE DVD IS BETTER THAN THE BLURAY. THE OUTPUT OF THE DVD IS MUCH BETTER THAN THE BLURAY.
I 'VE TRY IT ON MANY DISC, ITS THE SAME.
wHY??

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OUTPUT VIDEO FOR BD-C5500
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / July 5, 2010 5:05 AM PDT

hvinuya115,

Blu-Ray discs are native 24fps, and while that's "less" than the perceived "higher" 60hz", it's a true film experience, since films are natively shot with 24 frames per second.

If you'd like to view your Blu-Ray discs in 60Hz and you like the outcome, that's something you can do in the menu of the Blu-Ray player.

Click on MENU
Go to DISPLAY menu
Choose Movie Frame 24Fs
Select OFF.

And then if you resume playing your disc and hit the INFO button, you'll see that you're receiving a 60Hz picture.

Note: This menu can only be selected in 1080i or 1080p HDMI output
resolution modes.
On : Movie Frame (24Fs) functions will work.
Off : Movie Frame (24Fs) functions will not work.

If your TV does not support Movie Frame (24Fs) function, the pop-up message will be displayed.

Does that help?

--HDTech

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OUTPUT VIDEO FOR BD-C5500
by hvinuya115 / July 17, 2010 2:29 PM PDT

MY TV IS LA46B55K1M, STILL I DONT HAVE HD OUTPUT ON MY PLAYER. ITS LIKE IM WATCHING A NORMAL DVD.

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OUTPUT VIDEO FOR BD-C5500
by hvinuya115 / July 17, 2010 6:11 PM PDT

MY TV IS LA46B55K1M, STILL I DONT HAVE HD OUTPUT ON MY PLAYER. ITS LIKE IM WATCHING A NORMAL DVD.

I'M LOOKING FOR THE "TRUE FILM" QUALITY.
24FPS IS ON ON THE PLAYER
TV IS SET TO 1080p....WHICH IS BETTER USE "BD WISE" FUNCTION?

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OUTPUT VIDEO FOR BD-C5500
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / July 18, 2010 3:22 PM PDT

hvinuya115,

Try turning BD-Wise off, and then making the adjustments to the 24fps and 1080p output to see if that helps. You should be able to press the INFO button on the remote and see your settings.

--HDTech

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