Originally Posted by ispeck
1) What's the difference between the auto settings for 3D detection? Is there a better way to force the TV to go full 3D instead of waiting for it to detect the signal? I've had it come out of 3D mode a couple times in the middle of a movie and have to wait like a full minute for it re-detect. Happens in both detection modes
2) I also don't get the point of HD Size 2. It leaves a black border around the picture and doesn't take up the whole screen. Why would I use that? Is there something I'm missing
3) I was hoping this set would be better with fast movement/panning especially during sports but I'm still seeing pixelation during things like football games
not sure what settings, if any help with this
4) does anyone notice their picture get shifted to the right or left when going from FULL to ZOOM or other aspects? if I cycle through it a few times I can see it moved over about an inch to one side or the other and then if I cycle back through again it gets centered...weird. The pixel orbiter is NOT on and I'm at Size 1 so I don't think it has anything to do with that
5) maybe it's because my set isn't broken in yet but is there anyone who doesn't use "warm 2" setting?
personally I feel it puts too much red push on the set. I like my whites to be cooler so I'm trying warm 1 and goofing around with the various settings posted here
1) I don't know what criteria Panasonic uses in the auto-sensing. There are several 3D formats. Framepacked are quickly detected some of the others are hit or miss. You can just push the 3D button on the remote if its not auto sensed. The TV will look at the content and give you 3D, 2D to 3D, or 2D options. If 3D is not an option, you are out of luck.
2) size 2 intentionally provides "under scan" to allow full image view while the pixel orbiter is moving the entire image around within that oversized frame.
3) Pixelation is more than likely part of the source content. Biggest offenders are cable and satellite feeds that have been over compressed or inadequately processed when they cram them into the pipeline. There is a block noise setting in one of the menus; but I have never used it. If they provide a clean broadcast, you will see a clean picture.
4) I don't use zoom for anything so I have no comment.
5) Mine is set on Warm 1. For my taste, warm-2 is just to warm