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Those who experience ghosting and say such and such movie is horrible because of ghosting, I believe, have NO IDEA of what they are talking about.
I have seen a lot of 3D movies on my ACER 5360 DLP projector and NONE I mean NONE have ghosting issues.
I mean common people do you REALLY think that producers would have left ghosting (remnants of right image for the left eye and vise versa) in post production without noticing it? LOL. I thought most ppl who post here are professionals, but what turns out most have no CLUE, they just fart in the puddle with serious expression.
I would strongly suggest from now on to exclude ghosting as an argument when discussing 3D content, as that is the byproduct of inferior displays.

its not their fault THAT YOU assumed ppl who post here are pros. many people here just enjoy watching movies, and are posting their experience on their set up.
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its not their fault THAT YOU assumed ppl who post here are pros. many people here just enjoy watching movies, and are posting their experience on their set up.

+1

And in this way, we can find out which devices have the most/the least amount of crosstalk, so that we can know what to buy in the future.
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Watched Green Hornet (on blu ray this time) and it had wonderful depth to the image. I liked the movie as it had some good performances and was in general pretty fun.
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Those who experience ghosting and say such and such movie is horrible because of ghosting, I believe, have NO IDEA of what they are talking about.
I have seen a lot of 3D movies on my ACER 5360 DLP projector and NONE I mean NONE have ghosting issues.
I mean common people do you REALLY think that producers would have left ghosting (remnants of right image for the left eye and vise versa) in post production without noticing it? LOL. I thought most ppl who post here are professionals, but what turns out most have no CLUE, they just fart in the puddle with serious expression.
I would strongly suggest from now on to exclude ghosting as an argument when discussing 3D content, as that is the byproduct of inferior displays.

I'm sorry you inferred I was ragging on Hugo by talking about the crosstalk. I just mentioned it, and it was interesting many others had too.

I don't enjoy a movie as much if the kid behind me is kicking my seat. Doesn't mean it's the producer's fault, but it still happened.
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I mean common people

Who are you calling "common"?

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do you REALLY think that producers would have left ghosting (remnants of right image for the left eye and vise versa) in post production without noticing it?

Disc producers leave edge enhancement, smeary DNR and blocky compression artifacts on DVDs and Blu-rays all the time.

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I have seen a lot of 3D movies on my ACER 5360 DLP projector and NONE I mean NONE have ghosting issues.

I would strongly suggest from now on to exclude ghosting as an argument when discussing 3D content, as that is the byproduct of inferior displays.

The vast majority of consumer 3D displays exhibit some degree of crosstalk on 3D content. There are factors in the content (wide parallax, strong contrast, etc.) that trigger or exaggerate the crosstalk in these displays. Hence the reason why some discs show more crosstalk than others, and some have none at all.

That you have one of the few 3D displays without crosstalk on any 3D content must be awfully nice for you. But I suspect that most of the rest of us are not willing to downgrade to a 720p projector with terrible contrast and lousy 2D performance just to solve this issue.

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Those who experience ghosting and say such and such movie is horrible because of ghosting, I believe, have NO IDEA of what they are talking about.
I have seen a lot of 3D movies on my ACER 5360 DLP projector and NONE I mean NONE have ghosting issues.
I mean common people do you REALLY think that producers would have left ghosting (remnants of right image for the left eye and vise versa) in post production without noticing it? LOL. I thought most ppl who post here are professionals, but what turns out most have no CLUE, they just fart in the puddle with serious expression.
I would strongly suggest from now on to exclude ghosting as an argument when discussing 3D content, as that is the byproduct of inferior displays.

I think it is important for those of us with "inferior displays" to be able to let other people with similar equipment know that they may also experience the same result with said movie. In my case, my inferior ST30 has provided several flawless 3D viewing experiences before Hugo. If I had paid $35 for the movie, I would be disappointed. So i only want to save others from that disappointment, if they are watching on a similarly inferior display.

I will still agree with you that it might not be the movie, as my friend has a passive 3D tv and claims he didn't see any crosstalk with Hugo. So an agreement could be made that if we are going to mention ghosting, that we also include our equipment for more information.
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Hugo and the adventures of Tin Tin are both excellent 3d titles. The IMAX titles I've seen all seem to have nice 3d. Avatar obviously is awesome as well. I find animated titles to lend themselves especially well to 3d. Hope this helps...

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I noticed some Crosstalk in Hugo on my Panasonic GT30 so I just switched from Cinema picture mode to the warmer but slightly darker THX picture mode and crosstalk was almost entirely absent.

This is very interesting. However, I was already watching in Cinema mode. But it is worth messing with the settings maybe to learn more.
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What about the Thriller 3D scenes on MJ: This Is It? I like that very much.
Superb depth. And within Smooth Criminal 3D there are some good popouts.
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Not that this thread is difficult to find, but it's the type that just screams out to be sticky.
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Has anyone seen Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 3D - it stars Jet Li. I want to know what the3D is like. I am sure that if it is a Jet Li movie that the action will be awesome - Nd I realize that it will be English subtitles. But might still be worth looking out for. If anyone's seen it in 3D I would be interested in knowing what you thought of it!
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Has anyone seen Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 3D - it stars Jet Li. I want to know what the3D is like. I am sure that if it is a Jet Li movie that the action will be awesome - Nd I realize that it will be English subtitles. But might still be worth looking out for. If anyone's seen it in 3D I would be interested in knowing what you thought of it!

It is a Chinese Imax film so the 3D is great.
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It is a Chinese Imax film so the 3D is great.

How do I get a copy to view?
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How do I get a copy to view?

They have a coupl eon Ebay for sale. +$35
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Getting my vt50 on thursday wondering which movies I should pick up any help?
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Getting my vt50 on thursday wondering which movies I should pick up any help?

It's tough to get folks to agree. That's why this thread exists. Try reading this thread or these.

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http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1381169
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This is very interesting. However, I was already watching in Cinema mode. But it is worth messing with the settings maybe to learn more.

Definately. Stark contrast is a big problem where ghosting is concerned so I tend to go to slightly darker settings to help. The Disney "A Christmas Carol" was also a bit of a problem on my set and I learnt how to get around it by using the darker THX mode when watching that movie.
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I have an ST30 and Xpand 3D glasses. I have nothing to compare them with so I'm not sure if I'm getting the best 3D experience. Can anyone else with the ST30 let me know if they've found a difference between different glasses and say which they preferred?

I have the ST30.

The best glasses are the Panny 3rd Gen glasses (expensive if you can even get them, good luck), followed by the Sony Playstation glasses (easy to get, and relatively affordable, but not as comfortable to wear for along sessions).

The Xpands are not as good. The SainSonics are ok, but have a slight color tint that bothers some. I've heard the 3D Active glasses are decent.

There is a big comparison thread on the junkie forum (can't link to that forum on AVS) that goes over the strengths and weaknesses of all of the major active 3D glasses out there.
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I have the ST30.

The best glasses are the Panny 3rd Gen glasses (expensive if you can even get them, good luck), followed by the Sony Playstation glasses (easy to get, and relatively affordable, but not as comfortable to wear for along sessions).

The Xpands are not as good. The SainSonics are ok, but have a slight color tint that bothers some. I've heard the 3D Active glasses are decent.

There is a big comparison thread on the junkie forum (can't link to that forum on AVS) that goes over the strengths and weaknesses of all of the major active 3D glasses out there.

Just what I needed to hear. Big thanks.

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to date i think the best i've seen depth wise is avatar but i did get transformers but have yet to watch it
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My favorites to date (in no specific order) are:

Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Hugo (is amazing)
IMAX: Under the Sea
IMAX: Hubble
Final Destination 5
Sammy's Adventures
Cirque du Soleil Journey of Man

I also just purchased WWII in 3D but have not have a chance to watch it yet so not sure what it's like.
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My favorites to date (in no specific order) are:

Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Hugo (is amazing)
IMAX: Under the Sea
IMAX: Hubble
Final Destination 5
Sammy's Adventures
Cirque du Soleil Journey of Man

I also just purchased WWII in 3D but have not have a chance to watch it yet so not sure what it's like.

Just finished watching WWII in 3D - I must admit the 3D images that were shown were amazing IMHO. If you like WWII then I would strongly recommend watching this one. The 3D was pretty damn good! I never knew that Adolfo Hitler used 3D as a way of drawing people in to his beliefs - heck I didn't even realize that 3D technology was even around during Hitler's reign!!! I found the storyline in this to be just as good as the 3D - definitely worth a look, and it's a keeper for me
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Just watched Journey to the Center of the Earth. Pretty good depth and a few pop outs. Wife liked it better than Hugo but Hugo was long and there was not much action. I thought Hugo looked alot better. going to watch underworld: awakening next and looking to grab Avatar 3D and Sammys when they come down in price.
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Has anyone seen Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 3D - it stars Jet Li. I want to know what the3D is like. I am sure that if it is a Jet Li movie that the action will be awesome - Nd I realize that it will be English subtitles. But might still be worth looking out for. If anyone's seen it in 3D I would be interested in knowing what you thought of it!

Unfortunately, the only discs available (eBay/Amazon) are expensive and they are not IMAX releases...no IMAX logo on box....even though it was shot in IMAX. I wonder if there will be an IMAX iteration anytime soon?
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Unfortunately, the only discs available (eBay/Amazon) are expensive and they are not IMAX releases...no IMAX logo on box....even though it was shot in IMAX. I wonder if there will be an IMAX iteration anytime soon?

It's being released in Australia on 25th May though not sure if it is the IMAX version. Not sure what you consider expensive but it will be A$34.99 for the movie + A$15.00 for postage to USA and I'm pretty sure that it is region free. You can check it out and purchase from www.sanity.com.au if you're interested.
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Just watched Journey to the Center of the Earth. Pretty good depth and a few pop outs. Wife liked it better than Hugo but Hugo was long and there was not much action. I thought Hugo looked alot better. going to watch underworld: awakening next and looking to grab Avatar 3D and Sammys when they come down in price.

I was able to pick up Journey...Center...Earth earlier this week, and want to watch it since alot of people are saying the 3D is pretty good. I did see the 2D version when it came out on blu-ray back then.

Wow, your wife liked this better than Hugo, but I guess movie wise it's probably more fun and enjoyable vs Hugo which is more story driven. But I would assume Hugo still have better use of 3D. That movie was awesome, 3D wise.

I saw Underworld earlier this week and it was just ok. Nothing spectacular 3D wise other than a few pop outs, but I just wanted to see how it was. But I'm definitely waiting for Avatar and Sammy's when they come down and available. The preview of Sammy's on VUDU was really, really good, so I'm sure I'll definitely enjoy that when it becomes available for cheaper.

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I pm'd BB with a Fry's ad this week and picked up Under the Sea, Final Destination 4, Deep Sea, and Clash of the Titans. I only buy 3D's on sale and only have like 14 titles. Most of my stuff is archived to the PC.
Under the Sea was very good indeed but I still put these titles at the top.

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Despicable Me
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