In my experience so far there are some thing to check:
- for what I read all BD3d comes with the same cicle so you will no need to change the 3d polarity after the first set.
- if you use the VIP3D / 3D Now glasses, you can just soft press the power button to invert polarity, maybe you do that without noticing.
- if you are playing SBS / OU encoded files, teh usual is left eye first in SBS, left eye top in OU, but I found some files reverted so sometimes I need to use the soft press of the power button to solve it.
my advice is always pause the production logo at the beginning of the movie to check the correct 3d setting, most of the main movie companies have 3d logos with nice 3d effects abd let me check with easy.
Note: If you got the Estar glasses you will need to change polarity in the emiter, or in the software if you are playing from a PC. I send a while ago a message to Estar to chgeck if their glasses support the soft press power button polarity feature of the VIP3d glasses but so far I've got no response from then.
Hope it helps...
The EStar glasses do not support the power button polarity change of the VIP glasses. Even running the EStar glasses with the VIP emitter doesn't change that. I personally like the polarity change ability, but EStar feels the on/off switching is more important. To each his own!