Originally Posted by cemo62
Hello, when u try half-sbs content with mvision glasses can you pls report the difference here?
So I just spent a good couple hours messing around with the glasses and settings and found that the following works the best for me
. You may have different results.In General
- I saw this posted in the MV3D thead and like how it looks - 1170 Delay, 89 Duty Cycle on the glasses and 3D Brightness at 3 on the PJ. I tried following the instructions to do a factory reset on the transmitter, but it kept defaulting to 20 Delay and 10 Duty Cycle, so I just set it with the PC tool and left it.
However, for each source, I needed different Brightness, Contrast, Gamma settings, etc.H-SBS playing from a WDTV Live
- Increased Brightness to 65, Contrast to 94, Gamma 2.1. This looked the best to me and reduced ghosting tremendously. I also didn't notice any flicker in the MKVs I played. (Paranorman, Brave, TinTin) I did notice some flicker in MIB3, so I need to play around a little if I'm going to watch that.3D Blu-ray through PS3
- After playing with the settings and going back and forth, I settled on just using the "Bright Cinema" preset. It seemed to give the best balance of brightness and contrast and the colors looked amazing to me.
One thing I noticed - if I played around with the settings, ghosting would be vary prevalent. However, if I stopped and started the movie and let the 3D "re-initialize," the ghosting would be gone. Not sure why this is, but I noticed it especially when testing Titanic 3D. So, basically, dial in your settings, then stop and restart your movie to make sure the ghosting is gone.