Originally Posted by shinksma
OK, I'll load it up again sometime this week (not tonight), and grab some timestamps.
The ghosting is not obtrusive, and is not in every scene, and occurred mostly (maybe only) in the final scene, and definitely stopped/started with particular camera cuts:
Because the main scene depth is not very big (just beyond the screen), and stuff in the background is inherently out of focus, I suspect that is why the ghosting doesn't appear to be all that severe (I barely noticed at first, but my left eye "felt wrong", so I paused and checked.)
OK, I had some time right now, so here are some timestamps of where I see "ghosting". Specifically, the left eye image appears to be a mix of the right and left, and looks fairly indistinguishable from the double-eyepoint image when you remove your glasses, whereas the right eye image is a nice clean single eyepoint only. Multiple glasses used (Sharp and XpanDs) with same results.
The ghosting appears and disappears with camera view changes, and is consistent with specific camera views, which is why I believe it to be camera/source/encode-related, not a function of the display, since why would it stop/start exactly at scene changes?
1:22:02 - look at the arm of "large" woman in the background for an obvious example, but the whole scene shows it more or less
1:22:29 - Jonah has a ghost nose
1:22:44 - large woman's arm again
These are a little earlier in the film than what I described in the spoiler, but I believe that all of the shots with ghosting appeared only at this movie-shoot location - nowhere else in the film did it bother me, but I'll check next time I watch it.
Verification or negative results welcome.