Originally Posted by jack-bauer
If you are refering to artefacts in rapid motion, that may not be due to out of sync images.
Check it with frame interpolation disabled if you use any. I am not talking about FI artefacts you get when watching 2D. I hope you hi-grade system wont have any
. But in 3D, FI do not interpolate exactly the same way for left and right views as the FI processor processes each image separately. Here comes the "underwater effect".
I have the same issue and I have to chose from either FI and fast motion artefacts OR no FI and perfect sync.
thats complex to anser it short here as there are so many things invole
like how we human can see how our brain works for seeing and
many other things.......
i will try to keep it short but i will not go inside in more details as i cant
shrink scientific books to some letters and i not have the time to
write this books again her.
beside the sony 4k pr. that act like a double pr. set up all
lets say 95% or more cinemas that show 3d with one dlp have some
motion bugs visible that a passive stack not have as only they can display
both (left and right picture) at the same time at the screen.
all other systems in 3d that show left righ alternate will produce some kind of
motion bug as the shutter cant show both left and right at the same time
and therefore when frame 1 was gone and frame 2 was displayed our human
eye see even if the picture was black for some milliseconds a picture.
its like in the old home cinema days the delay time from the crt pr. tubes.
as than the frame 1 ends with left and the new frame 2 starts with right
you can see for a short period of time a mix between frame 1 and 2 and
this is the motion bug in 3d 95% from all cinema and home cinema pr. and
i hope this is understandable.
i dont know what you means by FI?