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UHD Alliance announce at CES companies will offer "Filmmaker Mode" option

Hollywood’s fight against motion smoothing got a major boost this week at CES in Las Vegas, where the UHD Alliance unveiled new information about the new Filmmaker Mode television setting. News broke last August that the UHDA had been working with major directors such as Christopher Nolan, Paul Thomas Anderson, Patty Jenkins, Ryan Coogler, Martin Scorsese, and Rian Johnson to introduce a new TV setting that would “preserve the cinematic representation of images as the filmmakers intended when it comes to color, contrast, aspect ratio, and frame rates.” Many of these directors have been working with the UHDA since September 2018 to find a solution that combats motion smoothing.
https://www.indiewire.com/2020/01/f...otion-smoothing-christopher-nolan-1202201222/

In the meantime it would be nice if every TV manufacturer created a list of recommend settings for existing models to replicate film mode (some already do). I still don't understand why DNR is an option for HDMI connections. Just like some TV allow you to adjust to RGB values for HDMI.
 
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