How to Turn Off Motion Smoothing on LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony TV



In response to Tom Cruise’s PSA about turning off motion smoothing on your TV for the best movie experience, we show you how to adjust the motion settings on six TV brands (LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony, TCL) for accurate reproduction of 24fps (frames per second) films without soap opera effect (SOE).

Many thanks to the above manufacturers for sending me TV samples for the production of this video, and my calibration customer Leigh Weston for his help with the Sony section.

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24 Replies to “How to Turn Off Motion Smoothing on LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony TV”

  1. Dark Nite

    Oh thanks a million! I recently bought my first 4K tv and could not stand the fast motion soap opera like quality…I was about to return it and was just gonna buy a regular 1080p HDTV…

  2. Classic Galactica

    We own an LG E7 OLED, and very much enjoy it. I cannot, however turn off motion control. Every setting looks very good to me, yet if I turn off motion control completely, my lazy eye goes absolutely crazy and I can't follow the on screen action. I still can't figure out why this happens.

  3. Nina r Salerno

    Thank you for the video. I was searching to find out how to shut off motion smoothing and couldn’t find it on my LG. Do you have another video that talks about other settings for LG?
    I went into my DVD player and changed the frame rate from 30 to 24. Do you recommend this as well? Thank you

  4. Anthony Johnson

    Very good info. i am still having issues with mine… mainly watching prime. My tv is TX-55fx700b, any help would greatly appreciated… I have Intell frame of nd clear motion off… How can i calibrate it ? Surly tv should come calibrated

  5. Spencer Parker

    If I keep tru motion off, the ghosting is LITERALLY HURTING MY EYES. I have the 2017 LG OLED B7. I can tell you this ghosting is NOT in the theaters so saying that it’s how it should be us not convincing me when I can’t watch this ghosting.

  6. Irving Porter

    Hi Vincent I calibrated my tv using the Spears n munsil second edition benchmark Blu-ray disc also had best buy come out and calibrated it his contrast setting result is 38 and he left the color tone to warm 2 but according to the sprears and munsil second edition benchmark Blu-ray disc I got a 34 on the contrast setting and and the warm 2 was to yellow and the warm 1 was nutral why is that

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