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If you want to read more about interlaced and progressive, google around a bit although it is technical talk, all that matters is what you experience with the eye.
Remember though: most games are 720p, even on WiiU... So you might even put it in 720p mode forced on the console, not 1080i. Maybe you won't get the stuttering/bad framerate then either (as you experience on 1080p), because your consoles don't have to upscale from 720p to 1080p. BTW, the 360 should be able to do a better job in upscaling than PS3 by the way, because of the 360's hardware ANA chip upscaling which is pretty good in doing it.
Try to run it in 720p mode on the console, and another thing you could try is have your TV upscale it from 720p to 1080i or p, as the post processing then is done with the hardware in the TV, not stressing your console. It depends though on the upscaling hardware in the TV if that works fine or will produce stuff like ghosting/other side effect(s).
But it is worth a try and see what will give you the best result for the eyes
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