Originally Posted by lovingdvd
How does it look in 2D when viewing the TnB images?
I ask because with many projectors the SbS and TnB 3D quality is very poor relative to how amazing it looks with 1080p24 frame packed 3D on blu-ray. As an example the later looks amazing on my Sony VW95 but most SbS and TnB content looks "meh" in comparison...
The jerky motion I am seeing exists in the ESPN 3D TnB broadcast before I activate 3D and also after. Again, my observation isn't about the lack of resolution, rather the non-smooth motion. I realize a TnB 3D picture won't be that great.
The jerky motion looks like dropped frames. BTW, the Comcast tech looked at a data page from my HD DVR and it shows no dropped frames. In other words, I'm receiving everything that is sent.
I'm watching on a 65inch Panasonic P65VT30. The SBS 3d looks fine; even some Half SBS that I downloaded and streamed looks fine. I also watched some On Demand and downloaded TnB 3D programming and it looks fine. It is just ESPN 3D that looks crappy.
I have an Epson 5010 showing up any minute and I'll be hooking it up in my theater with a 110" screen. I am guessing that ESPN 3D will look worse on the larger screen, but it will be an interesting comparison to my Panasonic plasma.
edit: I forgot to mention that I watched a 3d demo clip from an ESPN 3D football game and it was an SBS presentation. It looked superb relative to the TnB broadcast I'm seeing on Comcast, with very smooth motion.