3d effect? sorry, but, motion compensation algorithm doesn't have anything with perception depth.Tristan1978 wrote:In simple terms, the script gets more aggressive as you up the numbers. +1 (x2) applies a fairly tame algorithim and hence a minor 3d effect. +10 is at the other end of the spectrum, hence it is a more complicated algorithm and applies an extreme 3d effect. The image on the +10 literally gives the impression that you are there in the movie, or a very 'soap opera' effect as some people like to call it. The only downside is that because the +10 script is very aggressive and complicated, it does tend to introduce quite a bit of judder, macro blocking etc. I tend to leave my motion2 on 6 as it provides really good depth to the image, a nice 3d 'pop' , hardly any artifacts and the video is damn smooth.demowhc wrote:what is the differnce between 60p +6 and 60p +10??
Bottom line, experiment with different settings and choose what you like. Your PC's ability to handle the motion2, the type of file, the resolution of the file etc all have a bearing on the quality of the picture. Experiment away!
since motion compensation should eliminate judder, either algorithm is broken or computer is too slow (at this point, I believe both is the case).