Originally Posted by RolandL
Someone I thought on this web site had created a list of the 3D titles (when they had over 50) but I can't find it. I see they added two of the titles I told them were missing Beowulf and The Hole.
I don't know about that list. Don't recall. I only recall us discussing the count of titles.
Anyway, since you made the effort to have Netflix add the missing titles to the 3D category did you see the two Red Bull titles?
I remember RedBull: Minor Threat 3D was in the category for a couple months. It was a really great production in 3D. Then Netflix acquired RedBull: Cubed Pipe 3D, which IMO, was not as exciting but still a 3D title. Instead of having the two titles in the 3D category, the guy who does that just replaced the Minor Threat with Cubed Pipe, yet Minor Threat was still up hidden in the many titles where you had to know about it to find it. I haven't watched it in about a month so I don't know if it is still there.
Cinema13- I understand your frustration with Sony. Trust me they are a pretty snooty company when it comes to suggestions and complaints in all their departments except the Creative Software group who are mostly a US division. The Japanese are a very proud people and it's been my experience at NAB they don't like American suggestions. The software division are a good bunch. This is the group that does Vegas Video editing. Probably the best video editing software package in the world, especially for 3D from consumer all the way up to authoring the top 3D BluRay titles.
But you are justifiably frustrated. Unfortunately, if they are going to upgrade your model they will do it on their own time frame. They will tell you the same thing I will say. That is if you want Netflix 3D, they have a model that does Netflix 3D and you should upgrade to that model. They may even tell you your model is no longer supported and then smile at you. It's worse when they do that face to face at these trade shows. It's how they are. Plus it hurts more when discussing Broadcast cameras where you spent $40,000 and they act like you should just scrap that model and buy the new one for $65,000.
But, in my honest Opinion, Sony has some of the best hardware for Home Theater you can buy. I love the projector VW-90ES and also went with their model BDPS6200 3D BD player that is loaded with extras, including Netflix 3D at the full 1080P and Vudu at the full 1080P and full audio quality. Plus I have the model with the internal chips added so I can have region free. I built a large array of all models on the market and the Sony 6200 was the winner for everything including cost for the package. Not that it was the cheapest, but that it offered more features for the $ than the others. The player itself feels cheaply constructed compared to my OPPO but for $149 and what it does, I can't complain. I don't need to excavate a mountain of dirt with it, just play my 3D disks from anywhere in the world and play streaming 3D content, including Netflix, YouTube, and Vudu at the best quality of any device I have available.
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Don Landis HT System: Projector Sony VPL VW665ES Players: Samsung UBD K8500 OPPO BD93 Sony BDP S6200 All Regions Player Denon AVR S940, 7.1 JBL Professional series and Klipsch PS3, XBOX360, Dish VIP722K; 3D Edit Suite:Adobe Premiere, Edius7.53, Vegas Pro v13, Power Director16, i9-7980XE/GTX1080Ti, LG 3D TV DM2752