Do TVs still have soap opera effect? Some TVs keep the soap opera effect turned on even in Movie or Cinema mode. Not cool. CNET checked out a few of the 2018 TVs in its lab — here’s what we found, and how to make sure it’s off. LG: Picture settings menu > Picture Options > TruMotion: Off.
How do I get the soap opera effect on my TV?
- Navigate to Settings > Picture > Expert Settings > Auto Motion Plus Settings (Picture Clarity Settings).
- The default setting is Auto.
- Select Auto Motion Plus (Picture Clarity) to change the setting to either Off or Custom.
Do OLED TVs have soap opera effect? LG OLED TVs will soon get rid of the Soap Opera effect for Amazon Prime movies. Back in 2018, Tom Cruise and other actors famously advocated for turning off motion processing when watching movies. It’s taken a few years to make it happen, but companies like LG are finally listening to that request.
Is soap opera effect good? Motion interpolation also causes the effect known as the soap opera effect, which not everyone may like, and not all motion interpolation features are perfect, meaning that they can create some artifacts. If it works well, it’s good for lower-frame rate content like in shows and sports.