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Boeriemore 08-02-2014 08:15 AM

3D popouts no more.
 
Ocean Wonderland 3D blu-ray has great pop outs. Fish swimming between the screen and your face, a sea snake
swims right up to your face.
I got a visitor and decided to share this experience with them. Unfortunately there are now no more pop outs, everything remains on the screen. I had changed no settings. I checked all settings and found nothing that could be causing this. I suspected that the glasses were possibly
requiring re-charging, but no, switching to "Space Station"
which has been copied onto my portable hard drive, the pop outs were back in all its glory, but Ocean Wonderland remains pop out free.
Can anyone possibly suggest what the problem could be??

Don Landis 08-02-2014 10:20 AM

Had other friends new to 3D accidentally forget, and put in the 2D disk instead of the 3D one. Asked me what the problem was and they were quite embarrassed when I handed them the 3D disk and said here try this one! :) In other cases, maybe you didn't select "3D" on a 2D / 3D disk. Your system may default to 2D unless selected.

Note, it is not possible to lose half the 3D content yet have the other half. It will either be 3D 100% of the recording or 2D. This is especially true if you verified your TV is working with another title. That eliminates the possibility you have something wrong with your TV. Some TV's have a setting that can reduce the degree of 3D. I don't think you have that error.

threed123 08-02-2014 12:48 PM

As Don said, or maybe your glasses have the right/left eye switched thus making the pop outs pop in. Usually this causes eye discomfort, though, and people think there is something wrong with the 3D. Do you have any 3D at all or perfectly flat 2D?

Boeriemore 08-03-2014 01:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by threed123 (Post 26243449)
As Don said, or maybe your glasses have the right/left eye switched thus making the pop outs pop in. Usually this causes eye discomfort, though, and people think there is something wrong with the 3D. Do you have any 3D at all or perfectly flat 2D?

I watch 3D through my projector. The screen warning to put on your 3D glasses confirm that it is set to 3D.
In the case of Ocean Wonderland, as the image viewed without glasses does not display dual, blurred images, I
can accept that the entire movie was displayed in 2D.
Space Station has excellent 3D so glasses are not to blame.

Don Landis 08-03-2014 08:13 AM

Is it possible some of the scenes in Ocean Wonderland are shot in 2D while others are in 3D? I've seen this happen in many documentaries, especially Red Bull Productions.

threed123 08-03-2014 12:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Boeriemore (Post 26254425)
I watch 3D through my projector. The screen warning to put on your 3D glasses confirm that it is set to 3D.
In the case of Ocean Wonderland, as the image viewed without glasses does not display dual, blurred images, I
can accept that the entire movie was displayed in 2D.
Space Station has excellent 3D so glasses are not to blame.


If you want to PM me, you could send me the disk and I will view it on my set up (Sony bluray S6200 and Optoma 131X projector) to see if it does the same thing, and send it back to you of course.


Bob in Michigan

Don Landis 08-03-2014 06:45 PM

Bob- I saw this title in 3D-Blurayrentals and have it now on order. I saw Barry's latest video from Roatan and it is excellent quality with full range 3D. He really does some nice underwater video. So real looking.

Don Landis 08-08-2014 02:06 AM

Watched it last night and the switch from 3D to 2D is the far right square icon. If it is set to 3D the entire film offers full range 3D, many scenes, filling the room with marine life.

bonaparte848 09-13-2014 01:45 PM

Good info


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