It shouldn't create any problems when watching other Blu-rays, but the format is meant to replicate the look of film (hence, the 24 frames per second presentation); turning this function off on the player (resulting in the 1080/60p resolution) produces an image that loses a little bit of that film look. The difference between the two settings is subtle (you may not even notice it), but since it only takes a few seconds to turn the "24p" setting on or off, why not make the change only when needed?Mungo wrote:If I were to leave my TV in that mode, would that create problems for other discs (like Criterion blus?)Roger Ryan wrote:I turned off the 24-frames per second output in the Blu-ray player settings (resulting in the image displaying at 1080/60p instead of 1080/24p) and it corrected the sync, although there is a subtle alteration of how the image is presented. For me, only the FWWM feature film, the deleted scenes from the film and the second episode of Season 2 have the sync problem.Mungo wrote:Is there a way to fix the sync issues on the Entire Mystery set? Some places recommend changing a setting on your tv to make the sync issues largely go away; is this an actual fix for the sync problems?
By the way, the setting is changed on the player, not the TV.