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  • This connection will include the 2: 3 "Judder" which may or may not be processed out in the TV. Forum

  • Not yet have the Sachsen and Judder on the Mound of a Word made

    Finnegans Wake

  • Judder is alway present on a 59.94 fps display unless you reinterpolate every frame to 59. 94Hz which would be highly lossy. Forum

  • Judder is an NTSC artefact from the uneven 3/2 pulldown process used to show 24fps at a refresh rate of 60Hz.

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  • To shake rapidly or spasmodically

    August 7, 2009