Originally Posted by fcaico
So I cant seem to get 3D to look right.
I've noticed LOTS of ghosting/Crosstalk and I know its there because it remains even when I close one eye. We arent talking about a rare event either and I see it on ALL of the 3D material im watching.
Also, on movies like Brave - where pausing the film brings up a little on-screen chapter image - that image is completely blurred by crosstalk.
I've played with the 3D Viewing Monitor and can adjust the paralax to fix one or the other eyes - but not both. And resetting to default doesnt fix anything. I've tried to adjust focus but it seems like the focus is right on...
Im beginning to suspect my projector has something mis-configured (or is defective?) because 2D images are great. I'd like to get things so that ghosting is a rare event instead of something I'm seeing all the time.... Anyone have any thoughts on something I could have screwed up accidentally to throw off the 3D image?
I'm not sure what's wrong so I'll just try to throw out some things that might be causing it:
1) Are the glasses getting a good, strong IR sync signal from the projector? I'm not sure how to check this; a lot of digital cameras can detect IR light and display it on the viewscreen. Maybe you could take a look this way and see if you can detect the IR sync bouncing off the screen.
2) Sharpness: turn it all the way down to zero or negative if it will go that far.
3) 3D INPUT FORMAT = AUTO
4) LEFT/RIGHT SWAP = NORMAL
5) 3D EYEWEAR BRIGHTNESS = NORMAL (or DARK) >> crosstalk is higher with LIGHT
6) 3D IR TRANSMITTER = MEDIUM (STRONG may overcome your remote codes and make operation sluggish)
7) 3D MOTION REMASTER = ON >> Make sure FRAME CREATION is set to MODE1 or 3D MOTION REMASTER will not be active
8) DETAIL CLARITY = +2 or +3 depending on preference
9) Make sure the battery in the 3D glasses is fully charged
10) Try a different HDMI cable.
11) Try sending HDMI directly from the player to the projector, bypassing anything in between like an HDMI switcher or AV receiver.