The Right Settings for the Playstation 3

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  1. DIRECTOR Registered

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    This thread is not about Gaming, rather than choosing the right settings for the PS3. What are your settings set to, what do these settings mean?

    What does 24ghz mean? Should I turn that off?

    What does Pan & Scan do?

    With these new firmware updates, it's hard to know what's what and they don't explain very thoroughly to be understandable
     
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    Pan and Scan is used to make a widescreen image fit in 4x3. I would advice against it as it distorts the true image and you lose some of it
     
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    what about the 24 ghz something? do i turn it to Automatic, On, Off?? What does it do?
     
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    never even noticed it
     
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    if you have a tv which can take 24hz (expensive) then it will send out 24 frames a second rather than 60 or 50. the point of this is that each frame will be shown for exactly the right amount of time for a film frame. normally something called 2/3 pull down is used. one frame will display for 2 or 3 of the 60 or 50 since 50 and 60 aren't cleanly divisible by 24.
     

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