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Ive recently downloaded a 3d movie. Connected to tv via hdmi set 3d settings to side by side. Unless im sat perfectly central and perfect hight 3d is blurry. Bad pic. Its fine if im in right place. Is there any settings i need to change. If more than one person wants to watch we will have to cuddle. Any sources where i can get 3d downloads without going sbs on tv?
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I have downloaded a lot of 3D movies, they are all SBS - L/R or Top/Bottom. If you want frame packed full 3D you need to get the Blu-ray of the movie. On my active 3D system these SBS are lower resolution than Blu-ray but the quality is always fine. Since there is a sweet spot that looks good then my guess is your set is the problem and not the movie. If it looked bad from every angle I'd say you have a crap file.

What is you TV set make/model?
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Passive 3D will not look good from too high or too low. It's the nature of the tech.

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Passive sets need you to sit at the same height as the screen, otherwise there will be crosstalk (the blur you're seeing). But I've never experienced more crosstalk from seats to the left or right...

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And passive would usually look less blurry when viewing a top/bottom 3D source, rather than a side by side video.
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Okay people, the only time I'm going to point this out: read the first post before replying:
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Its fine if im in right place.

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