I've been trying to watch some 3D movies I've recently got for Christmas and have run into some problems. Prior to having these problems I watched Avengers 3D perfectly fine and Super Stardust HD (in 3D) seemed to work fine as well, so I'm not really sure what the issue is.
The problem is very apparent while watching IMAX Under the Sea 3D.
When I first start the movie this is what happens:
This occurred when I first tried to watch Tron 3D and later when I went back to play Super Stardust HD AFTER the fact just to be sure. It went away in both of these instances when I turned OFF "1080p 24 Hz Output (HDMI)". So it is no longer an issue for those things but the problem was there before and it still is for Under the Sea. This does NOT happen when I start Avengers 3D.
After I hit OK on the remote it will stay like that, but if I hit the 3D button again it will properly go to "3D" and bring up the same prompt, however it will still have horrible ghosting that makes it practically impossible to watch.
That is a straight camera shot of the TV from my cellphone. That is more or less how it looks while wearing the glasses as well.
As I mentioned, I've watched other 3D movies fine and Super Stardust HD seems to work fine, so I'm not really sure what is going on with this movie.
Is there some other setting on the PS3 I need to change? Is there something on my TV that I should change? The 3D options given don't seem to really do much of anything to fix the problem. At first I thought it might've been because my HDMI cable was relatively old, but that doesn't explain why Avengers and SSHD were fine originally (and still). So I thought maybe the HDMI went bad at some point so I went ahead and bought new HDMI cables from Amazon, and yet with brand new cables the problem persists.
Right now the setup is my Slim PS3 (not the recently released NEW Slim) and the LG 47CM565, with an older Sony HTiB. The PS3 is HDMI to the TV, and my TV only has Optical audio out to the receiver of my surround sound. This setup hasn't changed since I watched the Avengers.
I am however getting a new receiver + speakers, which is why I'd really like to figure out this problem since it will be very annoying to not be able to enjoy these movies completely with my new equipment if the problem still persists.
Any ideas for what is wrong?