I thought I'd start a new thread rather than posting this on the 3D1 forum as it probably applies other cameras producing MPO files as well. I visited Germany a couple of weeks ago and took hundreds of 3D shots on my Panasonic 3D1. In the past, I would project them through my Panny 3D bluray player through my Optoma HD3300 onto a new 159" Dalite Highpower. I didn't pay much attention in the past to resolution and overall sharpness as most of these were indoor shots between 10-20 feet and appeared very good in 3D. Now, I'm looking at my Germany 3D images and I have to say, anything more than 25 feet away on outdoor images is not sharp when projected in 3D, yet when looking at the same image in 2D, it's very sharp. I'm trying to compare to 3D blu-ray movies of landscapes that appear tack sharp through the same bluray player. Does this have something to do with how MPO files are projected? I'm trying, now, to realign all the images through Stereomaker, but it takes about 5 minutes to for each image and I'm still only seeing a slight improvement. Is there something I'm missing. I've got to say, I'm very disappointed. These are well-lighted, sharp images when viewed in 2D.
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11/4/12 at 8:42am