If the Netflix app flickers or appears unclear while you're watching on your Xbox 360, use this article to resolve the issue.
Check that the AV cable is connected correctly to the console and to the TV.
Make sure that the cables are inserted firmly.
Some display issues can be caused by the way the TV is set up. To confirm that this is not the case, please check your TV's settings. For more information about how to check your TV's settings, see the owner’s manual.
In your TV's settings:
Make sure that your TV is set to the same video broadcast system (PAL or NTSC) as your Xbox 360 console. For example, if your Xbox 360 console was purchased in the United States, make sure that your TV supports NTSC.
If your Xbox 360 console is a PAL console, set your TV to PAL 60.
If your TV has a type of picture/motion compensation enabled, disable it. Examples of compensation types include the following:
If your TV's settings are correct, try connecting your Xbox 360 console to another TV to see whether the same display issues occur.
You may also try resetting your TV to its factory settings. For information about how to do this, see the manual that came with your TV.
If the display problem is still not resolved, reset the display settings of your console.
Remove any discs from the disc tray.
Turn off the console.
Turn on the console.
Note If you are using an Xbox 360 Wireless Controller, turn on the console by using the Guide button on the controller. Make sure that you use the player 1 controller when you do this. The player 1 controller will have the upper left light illuminated.
As the console starts, on the controller press and hold the Y button while pulling the right trigger. The display settings will reset to the default settings and the console will automatically restart. If the problem is still not resolved, your console might need to be repaired. You can start the repair process on the Xbox website to resolve the issue.