@CURIOUS3D AND OTHERSOk i have made the greatest discovery of all time for this LG TV's.How to delete ghosting and 3d problems
(for files being played via the TV usb player and the smart usb player from the LG blue ray player
)I do not know about blue ray movies this is just for sbs files.
Ok there is a bug in the usb player and dvd player for these LG sets.
What is going on is that if you choose to watch your sbs movie files in 3d, you can no longer mess with the 3d depht, right?
Well that is where the problem comes. If you had tried the 2d<3d feature, whatever settings you had put in for depht, stay. For example if you had it at +10, it will stay that way but it will be "grayed out".
Ok. So I hope you know what im talking about.
Anyways, these sbs files already come with their factory depht values
so they need to be displayed as they came from factory
. So your depht value needs to be at 0
, so that it does not interfere with the factory values of the sbs file.
Keep in mind that not all scenes in the movie need to have some type of 3d depht/effect(movie makers only implement them when needed for example pop op effects and for distance/depht matters).
So if you notice that your depht option is "greyed" out at anything other than 0, you need to go back to regular 2d, choose 2d<3d, drag depht effect back to 0
, and then roll back to the 3d option for SBS files.(the one that shows the split screens)Your depht value should be grayed out at 0 now.
About viewpoint. Viewpoint
is kinda like the toggle that the Nintendo 3DS have. The more you have the more intense the 3d is. It kind off just pops the whole screen to the front more. It really has to do with your preference and the distance you are sitting away from the tv set
. I keep mine at 3, or 4.
And i am only sitting about 8 feet away
from the screen.
deal is just to correct a file
if for whatever reason the file got mirrored when released and now the screens are not affecting the correct eye.(remember one human eye is used for distance and the other is not)
Ok this method works for the lw5300 with no upgrades
Hope this helps some of you as it did to me.
Originally Posted by scotty144
The Wow effect you are looking for will change from movie to movie. Some have great 3d depth and others it is very subtle.
Changing the viewpoint will not increase or lower the overall 3d effect. What it is meant to do is to correct the 3D picture if your seating position is off center.
I have yet to hook up my bluray player to my set and have just been viewing HSBS MKV's...Some movies that have great 3D are
Disney's Christmas Carol
Enjoy your new tv!
Changing the viewpoint does
affect the 3d and does not have to do
with correcting the picture if you are seating off the center
These passive tv's are designed to be viewed from any angle with no problems just like in the theaters.
check this page out from the manual