Since the majority of sources on a TV panel arrive at 24 frames per second, the overview and clarity can be severely impaired, especially during sweeping or fast camera pans and swift movements. Modern TVs are able to compensate this if necessary using the so-called interpolation. If you activate this setting, the picture content looks smoother and noticeably clearer, depending on the selected intensity. Especially at sport events, which constantly offer a lot of action, this feature is useful. Every manufacturer has its own naming convention for it. Sony uses the term Motion Flow, LG TruMotion, and Philips simply calls it Motion Settings.

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