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post #751 of 1877
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Originally Posted by MentalDistortion View Post

just watched final destination, and the depth is really good, especially on the bridge scene. the ending credits have a lot of pop out. the movie was ok.

I liked that one too. Good 3D with a decent story.
post #752 of 1877
So far, Avatar and Megamind have been the most impressive 3D that I have seen on my tv. I will be watching Hugho tonight , so I look forward to that. Imax Hubble was also pretty good.

Otherwise, Lion King, Toy Story 3 and Beauty and the Beast were just ok, and I didn't even really want to finish the movies.
post #753 of 1877
I've watched last night the first half of Hugo and all I can say, is .. wow! I was really impressed by the picture and 3d quality in this movie. The 3d is very well used, the picture is very crisp, detail is amazing, colors are vibrant and the picture is bright. And there is little to no crosstalk, as I feared after reading some reviews on the web. I'm very glad I purchased it, because now it's my favorite 3d live-action film and the new demo for over-all 3d quality.

My next purchase will be between Happy feet 2 and Puss in boots. Which is better in terms of 3d?
post #754 of 1877
Puss n' Boots was nothing special.
post #755 of 1877
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Originally Posted by alexuts2oo4 View Post

I've watched last night the first half of Hugo and all I can say, is .. wow! I was really impressed by the picture and 3d quality in this movie. The 3d is very well used, the picture is very crisp, detail is amazing, colors are vibrant and the picture is bright. And there is little to no crosstalk, as I feared after reading some reviews on the web. I'm very glad I purchased it, because now it's my favorite 3d live-action film and the new demo for over-all 3d quality.

My next purchase will be between Happy feet 2 and Puss in boots. Which is better in terms of 3d?

Man, I wish I could say the same. I watched maybe the first 20 minutes last night and while I was very impressed with most of it, I also saw more flaws than I have seen yet in a movie. I don't know whether to call it ghosting or crosstalk, because I don't know which is which. So far all of the 3D that I have seen has been flawless from what I can tell. But what I saw looked like a "ghosted" second image in several scenes. So I want to call it "ghosting", but it was not an action scene or related to movement. It was distracting for sure. It appeared on the left edge of Hugho's face, and looked like the image was faintly repeated on the left. Is this ghosting or crosstalk?

Anyone else experience this with Hugo? I have a panny st30 that has been performing flawlessly in 3D to this point, so I don't know if changing any of the 3D settings will help or not.
post #756 of 1877
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Originally Posted by dtbreen76 View Post

Man, I wish I could say the same. I watched maybe the first 20 minutes last night and while I was very impressed with most of it, I also saw more flaws than I have seen yet in a movie. I don't know whether to call it ghosting or crosstalk, because I don't know which is which. So far all of the 3D that I have seen has been flawless from what I can tell. But what I saw looked like a "ghosted" second image in several scenes. So I want to call it "ghosting", but it was not an action scene or related to movement. It was distracting for sure. It appeared on the left edge of Hugho's face, and looked like the image was faintly repeated on the left. Is this ghosting or crosstalk?

Anyone else experience this with Hugo? I have a panny st30 that has been performing flawlessly in 3D to this point, so I don't know if changing any of the 3D settings will help or not.

i have not experienced that on my tv (lm6700). my dad has a st30, but we have not bought glasses to try out the 3d yet.

my cousin in St louis also has the st30, and he bought a pair of xpands 3d glasses at bestbuy. he tried them out and said the crosstalk was horrible. he returned the xpands and bought the sony glasses, now he says its much better.
post #757 of 1877
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Originally Posted by joed32 View Post

Puss n' Boots was nothing special.

Puss n' Boots is one of my favorite 3D blu-rays. The picture is incredibly bright and detailed, the 3D is really good, and the story is great.

One of my Top-5.
post #758 of 1877
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Originally Posted by dtbreen76 View Post

Man, I wish I could say the same. I watched maybe the first 20 minutes last night and while I was very impressed with most of it, I also saw more flaws than I have seen yet in a movie. I don't know whether to call it ghosting or crosstalk, because I don't know which is which. So far all of the 3D that I have seen has been flawless from what I can tell. But what I saw looked like a "ghosted" second image in several scenes. So I want to call it "ghosting", but it was not an action scene or related to movement. It was distracting for sure. It appeared on the left edge of Hugho's face, and looked like the image was faintly repeated on the left. Is this ghosting or crosstalk?

Anyone else experience this with Hugo? I have a panny st30 that has been performing flawlessly in 3D to this point, so I don't know if changing any of the 3D settings will help or not.

I used an Epson 6010 projector and an OPPO 93 player and Monster 3D glasses. Although Hugo did have a great image and the 3D was very good, I did encounter at least 15 or so distracting ghosting scenes - by far the worst of the dozen or so 3D movies I've seen on my system. When the ghosting wasn't there, the 3D was excellent. I'm not sure why some systems display the ghosting while other set-ups don't. There have been several 3D movies that I've played on my system without noticing ANY ghosting at all. Sadly, Hugo was not one of them.
post #759 of 1877
I noticed the excessive ghosting on Hugo as well. Sometimes I wonder if its the movie or the tv itself
post #760 of 1877
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Originally Posted by Vampyro View Post

I noticed the excessive ghosting on Hugo as well. Sometimes I wonder if its the movie or the tv itself

A lot of my tv as well. Samsung active
post #761 of 1877
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Originally Posted by ricwhite View Post

I used an Epson 6010 projector and an OPPO 93 player and Monster 3D glasses. Although Hugo did have a great image and the 3D was very good, I did encounter at least 15 or so distracting ghosting scenes - by far the worst of the dozen or so 3D movies I've seen on my system. When the ghosting wasn't there, the 3D was excellent. I'm not sure why some systems display the ghosting while other set-ups don't. There have been several 3D movies that I've played on my system without noticing ANY ghosting at all. Sadly, Hugo was not one of them.

Ric,

do you remember any specific times during the movie that you noticed it?
post #762 of 1877
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Originally Posted by MentalDistortion View Post

i have not experienced that on my tv (lm6700). my dad has a st30, but we have not bought glasses to try out the 3d yet.

my cousin in St louis also has the st30, and he bought a pair of xpands 3d glasses at bestbuy. he tried them out and said the crosstalk was horrible. he returned the xpands and bought the sony glasses, now he says its much better.

I own the PS3 (sony) glasses as well. I feel they performa equally to the 3rd gen panasonics as I was able to borrow a pair to compare. I was thinking originally that maybe it was my glasses that were doing it, but now I have seen several of you saw the same thing. Must be the movie.
post #763 of 1877
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Originally Posted by ricwhite View Post

I used an Epson 6010 projector and an OPPO 93 player and Monster 3D glasses. Although Hugo did have a great image and the 3D was very good, I did encounter at least 15 or so distracting ghosting scenes - by far the worst of the dozen or so 3D movies I've seen on my system. When the ghosting wasn't there, the 3D was excellent. I'm not sure why some systems display the ghosting while other set-ups don't. There have been several 3D movies that I've played on my system without noticing ANY ghosting at all. Sadly, Hugo was not one of them.

Exactly my situation. It was the first movie that I have watched on my set that was anything less than perfect. Athough we are only talking about 5 or 6 movies, it was disappointing, because it is outstanding 3D.
post #764 of 1877
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Originally Posted by MentalDistortion View Post

i have not experienced that on my tv (lm6700). my dad has a st30, but we have not bought glasses to try out the 3d yet.

my cousin in St louis also has the st30, and he bought a pair of xpands 3d glasses at bestbuy. he tried them out and said the crosstalk was horrible. he returned the xpands and bought the sony glasses, now he says its much better.

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?
post #765 of 1877
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Originally Posted by dtbreen76 View Post

Man, I wish I could say the same. I watched maybe the first 20 minutes last night and while I was very impressed with most of it, I also saw more flaws than I have seen yet in a movie. I don't know whether to call it ghosting or crosstalk, because I don't know which is which. So far all of the 3D that I have seen has been flawless from what I can tell. But what I saw looked like a "ghosted" second image in several scenes. So I want to call it "ghosting", but it was not an action scene or related to movement. It was distracting for sure. It appeared on the left edge of Hugho's face, and looked like the image was faintly repeated on the left. Is this ghosting or crosstalk?

Anyone else experience this with Hugo? I have a panny st30 that has been performing flawlessly in 3D to this point, so I don't know if changing any of the 3D settings will help or not.

Ghosting and crosstalk are synonymous. Yes, what you are seeing is ghosting(crosstalk). Some movies are torture tests for 3D systems, take for example Monster vs. Aliens, Despicable Me, and Happy Feet 2. It's just how it is, not much you can do with the settings on your TV to improve things. So far the only crosstalk free setups are DLP front projectors or dual projector systems. Everything else will have some form of crosstalk.
post #766 of 1877
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Originally Posted by THE DU3C3 View Post

Ghosting and crosstalk are synonymous. Yes, what you are seeing is ghosting(crosstalk). Some movies are torture tests for 3D systems, take for example Monster vs. Aliens, Despicable Me, and Happy Feet 2. It's just how it is, not much you can do with the settings on your TV to improve things. So far the only crosstalk free setups are DLP front projectors or dual projector systems. Everything else will have some form of crosstalk.

ok. Well, my tv does really well then, because this was the first crosstalk I have seen. Dispicable Me is bad huh? That sucks to hear, cuz I really like that movie. Guess I will just stick with the blu ray version
post #767 of 1877
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Originally Posted by THE DU3C3 View Post

Ghosting and crosstalk are synonymous. Yes, what you are seeing is ghosting(crosstalk). Some movies are torture tests for 3D systems, take for example Monster vs. Aliens, Despicable Me, and Happy Feet 2. It's just how it is, not much you can do with the settings on your TV to improve things. So far the only crosstalk free setups are DLP front projectors or dual projector systems. Everything else will have some form of crosstalk.

well i just watched 45 minutes of hugo. I didn't finish the whole movie, but the scenes that i noticed crosstalk on my plasma, i do not see on my passive set. to be honest i have seen zero crosstalk on this set.

some movies on my active set were unwatchable because of all the crosstalk, those same movies look great on the passive set.

i also watched despicable me and there was no crosstalk at all, but this movie looked pretty good on my plasma as well. this weekend i will try to check out MvA or HF2.
post #768 of 1877
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Originally Posted by ricwhite View Post

I used an Epson 6010 projector and an OPPO 93 player and Monster 3D glasses. Although Hugo did have a great image and the 3D was very good, I did encounter at least 15 or so distracting ghosting scenes - by far the worst of the dozen or so 3D movies I've seen on my system. When the ghosting wasn't there, the 3D was excellent. I'm not sure why some systems display the ghosting while other set-ups don't. There have been several 3D movies that I've played on my system without noticing ANY ghosting at all. Sadly, Hugo was not one of them.

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Originally Posted by Vampyro View Post

I noticed the excessive ghosting on Hugo as well. Sometimes I wonder if its the movie or the tv itself

We watched HUGO Sunday night and was very disappointed with all the crosstalk. In all fairness, this is the first "live-action" 3D movie I've watched on my TV. The rest have been animated.
post #769 of 1877
Crosstalk once again is not the content. it is the display and the glasses.

The panels are to slow to switch.
post #770 of 1877
So, I notice this thread was started a good bit ago. I just got my first 3d TV.

Could I get a quick rundown of what's worth buying from 2010 til now for 3d BR?
post #771 of 1877
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Originally Posted by NickTheGreat View Post


We watched HUGO Sunday night and was very disappointed with all the crosstalk. In all fairness, this is the first "live-action" 3D movie I've watched on my TV. The rest have been animated.

How are you guys dealing with crosstalk at all? Is this just a problem of active 3d because I can stand right in front of my passive set and have no crosstalk at all? I was thinking of buying one of the active playstation 3 3d displays so I could have active and passive but if active always has some crosstalk, im not going to bother.
post #772 of 1877
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Originally Posted by wonka702 View Post

How are you guys dealing with crosstalk at all? Is this just a problem of active 3d because I can stand right in front of my passive set and have no crosstalk at all? I was thinking of buying one of the active playstation 3 3d displays so I could have active and passive but if active always has some crosstalk, im not going to bother.

Cross talk can be reproduced in passive setups as well....depending the brand, all you have to do is to tilt your head to create it. IMAX 3d suffers from this as they use rectangular polarization ( unline Real3D)
post #773 of 1877
Usually, active DLPs are crosstalk-free. They perform better than most passive 3DTVs.

Those PlayStation 3DTVs are so small that I can't imagine they'd be very good for 3D unless its for a bedroom or a dorm.
post #774 of 1877
Mine is passive and I have yet to see crosstalk.
post #775 of 1877
I have a passive Vizio E3D420VX and get minor crosstalk in a few scenes at the end of Hugo and very noticeable crosstalk in LQ 3D YouTube videos and video games with extremely strong parallax. Almost all BD3D movies are ghosting-free.
post #776 of 1877
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Originally Posted by BleedOrange11 View Post

Usually, active DLPs are crosstalk-free. They perform better than most passive 3DTVs.

Those PlayStation 3DTVs are so small that I can't imagine they'd be very good for 3D unless its for a bedroom or a dorm.

Because you are sitting right on top of it, the 3d is excellent at close distances. I was gonna get one for my childrens room.

And im with Joed32 I haven't really seen any crosstalk in normal viewing circumstances, but did get a little on a video I shot in 3d on my evo 3d of a turtle eating a lizard.
post #777 of 1877
Also I just realized the title of the thread, please be aware that on most of the previous content I commented on that I watched the Vudu or on demand cable versions and not the blu ray discs.
post #778 of 1877
I watch 3D blu rays in a HMZ t1 and the best so far has been avatar. Felt better than when I was in the theater
post #779 of 1877
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.
post #780 of 1877
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.
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