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Optimal format for LG OLED 3D stills
I recently purchased a used 4K LG OLED TV (65 EP6) and am trying to determine the best format for high resolution viewing of 3D stills. I have a lot of images that were shot in 4X3 ratio with 5Mp and higher file resolutions. In attempting to look at images previously processed as JPS in side by side format, they present as stretched in the horizontal axis. Reprocessing as "Half Width" SBS in Stereo Photo Maker (SPM) resolves the aspect ratio problem and seems to be using all of the available resolution of the screen.
I am viewing images "live" from SPM running on a Windows 10 computer into the HDMI input. This allows dynamic zooming and resampling of the image to output at 2160 X 3840 pixels. My question is if anyone can point me to any definitive information for getting the best results from a static image loaded from a USB drive? I have heard that using the over under format and resizing each of the images to 1/2 the vertical resolution (1080 pixels for each image) produces the clearest image. Does anyone know if the TV can down sample to 4K resolution limits for images larger than 2160 X 3480 pixels?
Also, does anyone know of an explanation for achieving the best results from these TV's using the HDR and deep color features for still 3D images or for self mastered 3D Blu-Ray videos of 3D slideshows with pans and zooms?
Any help would be appreciated.