Originally Posted by GaryJ73167
Hmmm...Well, in the beginning of the movie, the young boy gets on the train. At that point, the little boy with the glasses (that loves trains) speaks out about what kind of train it is. his entire face takes up the screen. That part was ghosting pretty bad, and, most of the first 5 minutes (the darker scenes in his room)
Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. thanks so much for this
I watched the Polar Express last night. I really didn't notice too much ghosting at all. I did see slight ghosting during the scene you mentioned when the boy with the glasses is talking and his face covers the entire screen. The 3D on Polar Express is ok, but it lacks depth as seen in other 3D releases. It does have some good scenes, but I found the 3D just to be decent. Have you noticed any ghosting in other 3D movies you've watched on your LG?
I had my settings written down but I accidently left them at home when I left for work. I'll post them this afternoon. As for settings goes, it really boils down to personal preference I think. A good thing to do is browse the thread TheGoatLantern posted. You will see other users settings on there. Changing the factory settings should help reduce the amount of visible ghosting (crosstalk).
Here is a link to the CNET settings:http://forums.cnet.com/7723-19410_10...;threadListing
The CNET settings are for the LG 47LW5600. There shouldn't be too much difference between that model and yours. I have the LG 55LW5600. I really don't know what the difference is between the 5300 and 5600 series.
You may like the CNET settings, but I personally found the picture to be too dull to my taste. Another thing to try is the picture modes in the video settings. I believe there are 4 (Vivid, Standard, Cinema, Game).
I highly recommend the calibration blu-ray Disney released:http://www.amazon.com/Disney-WOW-Wor...2758699&sr=1-1
It has a nice book included with the disc. I think it's a great blu-ray to have for beginners calibrating their TV's. I know you can find user settings and free calibration discs on the internet, but I personally like Disney's disc the best.