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  1. gerke's Avatar
    Transcend I will never use again, horrible performance and corruption. Use PNY and Samsung in stead, slightly cheaper than Sandisk but very reliable

    Sent from my Lumia 1020 using Tapatalk
    12-11-2013 12:08 PM
  2. Blacklac's Avatar
    Guys, THE SD CARD IS NOT THE ISSUE.

    This issue was even shown in Nokia's own Demo video for the 1020! The helicopter flyover video. 1020 doesn't have SD Card slot. ;)
    12-11-2013 02:23 PM
  3. Blacklac's Avatar
    Beyond this, turn off gimmicky 24fps. Low frame rates will only add to stutter.

    People don't realize, your display need to be setup to handle 24fps for most sources. More than likely, whatever you're watching it in just converts it to 30fps and then doubles it for a 60hz refresh rate. Basically, unless you are recording to Bluray disc's or you have your PC to actually output 24fps (why? Lol) your not going to benefit. Beyond that, you still need a newer display that can actually support 24fps (refreshes at 48/72/96/120/240hz) and not just convert it to 30fps.

    /endrant
    12-11-2013 03:09 PM
  4. anony_mouse's Avatar
    Beyond this, turn off gimmicky 24fps. Low frame rates will only add to stutter.

    People don't realize, your display need to be setup to handle 24fps for most sources. More than likely, whatever you're watching it in just converts it to 30fps and then doubles it for a 60hz refresh rate. Basically, unless you are recording to Bluray disc's or you have your PC to actually output 24fps (why? Lol) your not going to benefit. Beyond that, you still need a newer display that can actually support 24fps (refreshes at 48/72/96/120/240hz) and not just convert it to 30fps.

    /endrant
    Any modern TV should be able to display video at 24fps, and as that's the frame rate for traditional film content, you might get a 'filmic' look. But indeed if you're playing back via a PC or phone, even to a proper TV, it will probably be converted to 50 or 60fps and look bad.
    If your TV can play content from USB stick or DLNA, you could try one of those methods, and 24fps video should look much better.
    12-11-2013 04:09 PM
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