Originally Posted by Hockeytown Fan
Why stop talking about it? You're defiantly more into the 3D aspect then most of us here but that doesn't mean the subject is dead. I own about 15 3D blu rays, and will buy more at the right price. I think each of us has our "thing" that we love most about our PJs, to me I love calibrating it, I spend countless hours, days and weeks tweaking and tweaking. I posted all about it with pictures and the discussion died out quickly. That doesn't mean I'll stop talking about it. Actually, you inspired me to watch a 3D movie today
. I just thought of something too... I might have a way to do a calibration on the 3D!! My blu ray player does 2D to 3D conversion. I suppose if I put my calibration disk in and convert it to 3D it will at least give me some patterns I can use to make adjustments. I'll post my findings once I'm done.
Anyway, enough rambling lol
Enjoy watching 3D and post all your thoughts and findings because I like reading them!
Agreed. But your calibration was appreciated by some including me and I posted in its favor however, my last post on your calibration, perhaps on page 49, was totally ignored so i shall repeat again as it was addressed to you. Just give it a look and reply, please as i was eager to know about your setup:
Dear Hockeytown Fan, from your calibration it appears that you are not using pure blu-ray 1080p progressive signals as your "progressive" and "Motion Detection" are not grayed out. Please check your BD player HDMI out setup again, it should give your projector 1080p progressive signals then both of these two settings shall be grayed out. I assume after that you need to run your calibration again.
Here it is from the manual page 42:
Converts interlaced to progressive signals. The projector uses 3D DigiScan HD Circuitry Processing for video-sourced images. Leave the setting on Film/Auto for viewing movies on a player that produces interlaced output. Select Video for watching videos captured with a video camera. Set to Off when viewing images with a large amount of movement.Note: This setting can be used only when viewing a composite video signal, or 480i or 576i, or 1080i signals input through the Component, HDMI 1, or HDMI 2 ports (see page 81).
This setting specifies how signals are converted to progressive signals. Select a lower setting for slow-moving or still images (S) or select a higher number for video images (M).Note: This setting can be used only when viewing a composite video signal, or 480i or 576i, or 1080i signals input through the Component, HDMI 1, or HDMI 2 ports (see page 81).
Also can you please put your projector's mode on "Living room" and run calibration and post the results, I shall be grateful.
Actually my screen size is 135 and on cinema mode it is quite dull so i am using living room for 2D and I have this SONY's blu-ray, give it a look here:http://www.blu-elements.de/forsenses.html
and this blu-ray has SONY's calibration setup as well. I used it to adjust and found that living room's settings made by Epson are perfect for my screen. I do not have to calibrate it further except i like sharpness so i used sharpness->advanced and crank it a little further. Also i use both BD player and HTPC with nVidia GT 520 with PowerDVD 12. I have found out that HTPC gives better picture then a blu-ray player. Try your projector with HTPC using nVidia graphic card to get crisp quality picture as HTPC has so much variables to play with in order to calibrate your projector. Its fun.
Powerdvd has a feature as well 2D to 3D conversion and moreover, that i can make 3D small screen on my desktop and it will still be playing movie in 3D, so i adjusted/calibrated using same sony's calibration and found that 3D Dynamic is the best settings by Epson except that i increased sharpness to 5 as on 3D mode sharpness advanced cannot be used.
So myself busy too like you in calibration, etc and i like to do experiments as well on both video and audio as to me both goes together and I am very sensitive about both.
Please, please dont stop on any thing posting over here, whatever comes in anybody's mind please pour it here as such experiences by others are always helpful to some.