I posted this in the 3D section, but I think there maybe more help here...
I'm calibrating a Christie CP2210 for a client for Stereo 3D use, and although the inbuilt P3 and XYZ calibration isn't working (a whole other issue), the main problem is a 'wateryness' in the image where there is stereo separation, with the two eyes 'wobbling' or 'pulsing' relative to each other.
The effect is happening where there is zero stereo separation, but is more difficult to see.
This can be seen without the 3D glasses, so it has to be something to do with the projector.
I'm stumped - any ideas?
So far Christie support have not been much help, but I am in Italy, and is is a Sunday!!!
How can a single projector with triple flashing show a variation between the eyes???
(And if you know why the inbuilt P3 qnd XYZ calibration doesn't wotk I;d appreciate input on that too! Rec709 works fine...)