BFI (Black Frame Insertion)

Black Frame Insertion, or BFI for short, reduces motion blur by inserting additional blank frames as intermediate images. The result: movements appear clearer and finer. Since only real, unaltered frames are displayed on the screen with this method of blur reduction, the number of frames per second is irrelevant – regardless of whether it is 60 or 24. An additional advantage: The well-known soap opera effect does not occur. Disadvantage: The picture is displayed visibly darker overall, and some people may experience an disruptive flickering effect.

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