Originally Posted by terminal33
I now have it with my Benq W1070 projecting a 105" screen. I'll have to say that the difference is more noticeable, but I'm not super impressed yet. But I'm not giving up yet either. I tested out a few BD's and settled for HD 70%, a little higher than most folks I think. I used the same setting for 3D (Avengers, Avatar) For animation and CGI (Avatar), I used Full Pop at 60%. Same goes with Xbox.
Are there some general guidelines for BD's, 3D, animation, CGI, and gaming? For instance I know the Darbee can be cranked up higher with a better source.
1.) But can/should 3D be cranked up even higher? Lower?
2.) Is Full Pop generally better for CGI and animation? (I've read that some people would rather use a lower Full Pop setting than a higher HD setting.)
I know ultimately it's all up to my preference, but I just wanted to see if there were some agreed upon guidelines. Thanks!
Projecting on 120" screen. Darbee set at 60% HD. Anything more and faces look white-ish. Exception was 'Avengers', I had to set Darbee at 75% HD to get the picture I wanted.
For animation, switch to 'Gaming', same %age.
For 3D, I have now started using 50% Full-Pop, to compensate for drop in contrast and brightness.