I’m having a little bit of stutter problems with Infuse, however I’m not absolutely positive that it is in fact better with any of my other streaming options (VideoExplorer on ATV4, Beamer from macbook).
So I found this little test, to tell if a 24p signal is in fact shown correctly on the tv: http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-test-results/24p.
There is a downloadable file there, which you play on the tv while taking a long-exposure (1s) photo with a camera. If everything is well the image will be uniformly grey, if this is not the case there is something wrong somewhere in the chain.
Here I found a guy who seems to verify that the ATV4 can in fact produce a 100% correct 24p image on a sony tv (swedish, but see the images): http://www.99mac.se/forum/t/315500-11-saker-vi-inte-gillar-med-nya-apple-tv?p=3.
I’ve tried to reproduce this result with an iphone 6, using the free apps “Manual Cam” and “Slow Shutter Free” which can both take a 1s photo, however I can’t reproduce the above results. I guess this may be down to wrong settings on my tv (tried a lot), Infuse, ATV4, the used photo app’s etc., there are a lot of possibilities.
Can anyone who might find this interesting verify, that they in this way can take a uniformly grey image of the tv showing the mentioned video?