aela111 wrote:I change my TV to d7000 and d8000 before few mouths
But I don't look to much about the 3d and there's no brik
really no brick??? thx for the info will try if full hd 3d is then availalbe but i am @work, will test it in the evening....
Unfortunately that's not true for shutter glasses 3D technology; for stereoscopic vision in acceptable quality with LCD shutter glasses, you need 48 (/50/60) FPS *per eye*, i.e.: it does require 96(/100/120)Hz panel to work properly.erdem_ua wrote: 24 FPS is enough to perceive pictures as flowing movie... It means if a device could show 48 FPS FULL HD 2D movie, it could show perfect 24 FPS 3D FULL HD movie...
Also, until recently, most LCD TVs equipped with 100Hz/120Hz PVA/S-PVA/MVA panels were simply not good enough for acceptable quality 3D rendering (pixel transition speed too low == too much visible crosstalk in 3D).
I guess in more recent 100/120Hz TVs this issue could be (at least partially) resolved with some LED backlight tricks.. So, in 2011 "200 CMR" TVs there is probably 100Hz panel inside .
BTW, It's not 100% clear to me: is this reduced-resolution problem only affecting modes with 2D->3D conversion involved, or perhaps all 1920x1080 3D input formats?
In particular - what about 1080p24 "frame packing" 3D format, which is used by (virtually all) 3D-capable Blu-ray players?
Unbelievable . What a major screw-up!!!angerfist1937 wrote:it?s in all 3d 1920*1080 signals 3d blu ray(frame packing), mpo 3d picture via usb-stick, 2d - 3d conversion...
I recently recommended LE40D6500 to my co-worker.. She probably wouldn't notice, though; she is partially color-blind, anyway .
I kinda doubt it's a scaler issue.. After all, 2-year old, non-flagship B650 model is perfectly capable of scaling two 48/50/60fps sources in real time; 2x 1080p24 ~ 1080p48; that really shouldn't be a problem in A.D. 2011..
AFAIK, D6XXX models are based on Samsung's own Genoa-S (?) chip, so: there is no excuse for such poor 3D implementation.
Thought the same after jimmbean posted his idea.
Do you think samsung can solve this with a firmware?
The gamemode was a good idea but is excat the same no full hd in 3d tested with panasonic dmp 110 eg and carolind 3d bd...
Do you really can confirm there is no brick after changeing to a d7000 after a reset??
But i think changeing the model will not solve our problem...