Video slower on LCD than on CRT ?

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  • #41118
    Nico128
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    Hi

    By comparison between my CRT and my LCD (with OSSC) I noticed that the video seems “slower”, less reactive.
    I don’t talk about the input lag which is also visible. This topic isn’t for blaming OSSC (I’m very happy with this product), the problem probably comes my LCD.

    I just want to understand the technical problem. Why does it look less reactive ? Are there less images on LCD ?
    It’s really noticeable when James Bond punches or when he moves left/right quickly.

    PS: I play on N64 PAL

    Youtube: watch?v=Vqsk0osl6sw

    Thank you!

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    #41208
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Perhaps you mean response time, the time it takes for a pixel to change? Some LCDs have slower response time than others.

    #41223
    Nico128
    Participant

    Is input lag = response time ? Yes there also a noticable input lag. But the other effect I see is not input lag.
    I did a video for Youtube but I’m not allowed to publish it here.
    I wrote the end of the link in my 1st message: watch?v=Vqsk0osl6sw

    Does it look slower on LCD because the screen is bigger (optical illusion) ?

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by Nico128.
    #41308
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    No, input lag and response time aren’t the same, they are two different issues.

    You tube links are allowed just if you post too many links the system thinks you are spamming and holds your post for moderation.

    #41317
    Nico128
    Participant

    Ok I watched a video and I understand what the difference is, now.

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