Thank you, Bond. Am still reading earlier pages. Much appreciated!
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Mr. Bond, Thank you for the help! I had to do a few things differently as my remote doesn't have "Viera Tools" on it. But, after turning the "orbiter" setting to "auto" (off?), I realized my remote has a "SD/USB" button to access whatever is plugged in.
Followed D-Nice's settings & the slideshow is running! My "long" setting is for 15 seconds, which I assume is the longest it can run each slide?
One more question. If I change the input to one w/o any source, will the slides still run, just not be seen?
Feel like a fool but will get better with time. Thank you again!
Really need some help here. I've got a VT60 brand new out of the box. I have my computer with a geforce gti 650 ti boost graphics card running hdmi 1.4 out. The resoultion in the nvidia control panel is 1920 X 1080 with refresh rate on the card at the maximum of 24hz. This is listed as a 3D resolution that should support full hd bluray 3D as well as stereoscopic 3d. I've got a a full SBS movie of IMAX hubble 3D. When i play the file with Cyberlink Power DVD, it will display the movie in 3d, but there is SIGNIFICANT crosstalk/ghosting. It's so bad that it appears there are 3 images on the screen. What could i be doing wrong? The TV is set in THX 3D Cinema Mode with 3d set to 120hz. Any help is appreciated. I'm just trying to get the crosstalk down to a minimum so 3d is watchable, because as of now it is making everyone's eyes hurt.
EDIT: I just wanted to address that in the Nvidia Control panel, the enable 3d stereoscopic is checked, but the slider which changes the depth of the 3d, is greyed out and is not adjustable at all, although it appears it should be. Also, 24p under the tv settings is greyed out as well and so are a few other settings. Also, THX 3d Cinema mode is the only one that fits the resolution of the computer perfectly. The other 3d picture modes make the desktop extend past all edges of the TV and I'm not sure how to adjust that either.
I recently purchased an ST60, ran the slides and entered D-nice's settings. The issue is, even with brightness turned up the picture is very dim. 2.4 gamma looses all dark detail, 2.2 isn't great either. I have to go to 2.0 to get details in the shadows, and even then there is a lack of brightness. While the colors are rich, they lack punch.
I know that Plasma doesn't compare to LED in the brightness category, but this is darker than other plasmas I've seen. What settings should I look into to address this issue, besides the the obvious brightness, contrast, and panel brightness?