Newer Samsung TV has a feature called "Auto Motion Plus", which is a form of motion smoothing. Motion smoothing is completely disliked because a TV picture feels too smooth and sometimes a bit strange.
How is "Auto Motion Plus" Anyway?
Auto Motion Plus works by increasing framerate content you're watching. Most TVs in the US are filmed at 24 or 30 frames per second (fps), but almost all TVs are updated at 60fps or 120fps. So the idea behind motion equalization is that by adding extra interpolated frames, your TV can include 30% of the content at low speeds closer to how smoothness is displayed at high refresh rate.
The problem is that people have become so acquainted over the years with looking at certain types of media (such as movies and TV shows) on 24 or 30 pictures that it feels strange to watch them with a higher frame rate. Movies don't feel like movies anymore. High refresh rates seem much more "real" and can pull you out of the depth of a movie. For things like sports and games, it is good, but it can have strange effects on other content. In addition, the extra frames are often rather blurred or just shave up wrong.
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How to turn off
The option to disable it should be under the Image options on most Samsung TVs and possibly under "Expert settings." Look for an "Auto Motion Plus" setting.  Auto Motion Plus settings on a Samsung TV "width =" 500 "height =" 267 "data-credittext =" Samsung "/>
This opens a drop-down menu with the options" Auto "," Off "and" Custom. You can turn it off completely with "Off" or adjust the settings for it under the "Custom" option.
If you have trouble finding the setting, there may be another menu, so it is best to contact your TV's manual, which you will find online.