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Blu Ray pixelation noise

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It's probably just the source material ... try another disc?
that's exactly what he determined it to be after i told him to try another disc. this thread can be closed.
 

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It was never pixelation to begin with then. ;)

Out of curiosity mxphenom, did you try it with component cables? Just for shiggles if nothing else... Even if they are just "stock" cables.
I don't have any component cables. The player didnt come with them either.
 
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I had the same issue with a Panasonic TX40DX700B TV and a Sony BDP-S3700 blu-ray player. Occasional pixelation similar to what you see with small avi files (nothing like deliberate/vintage grain). Only some discs. Fixed by using "true cinima" setting which basically gives you the picture as is from the player without new-fangled "optimisations" like "MPEG remaster". So I agree with Mussels, turn all that rubbish off and hopefully you'll have the same results. Not sure which option exactly was the culprit (I had best picture with them all off anyway).
 

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I had the same issue with a Panasonic TX40DX700B TV and a Sony BDP-S3700 blu-ray player. Occasional pixelation similar to what you see with small avi files (nothing like deliberate/vintage grain). Only some discs. Fixed by using "true cinima" setting which basically gives you the picture as is from the player without new-fangled "optimisations" like "MPEG remaster". So I agree with Mussels, turn all that rubbish off and hopefully you'll have the same results. Not sure which option exactly was the culprit (I had best picture with them all off anyway).
You do know...This thread was started in Jan, 2013?....
 

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