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post #751 of 754 Old 01-02-2019, 10:14 PM
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Just received my copy of CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON: COMPLETE LEGACY COLL. BD from Family Video for $26 w/free shipping. It has the numbers 00022 located in the top right corner of the bar code.

THE CREATURE 3D looks the same as the original, and REVENGE looks fantastic. Nice to finally get to see it in its OAR. Then again, the SD in 1.37:1 looks damn good upscaled to 4K. It's also nice to see TCWAU in it's OAR and the BD is quite nice. Same as above for the SD.

The 3D was great all the way through it. THANK YOU 3D FILM ARCHIVE FOR THIS LONG AWAITED FILM!!!

Anyway, I was tired of waiting for Amazon and I'm very happy that it's now in my collection

...finally retired and spending time in my dedicated HT!!!

Epson 6040 3D/4K UB Projector; 110" 16x9 Dalite HD Progressive Screen; Sammy 3D/4K K8500 region free; 7.2.4. w/Def Tech speakers, Earthquake P12v2 Subs; Auto Source 100vs Amp; Denon 4300H; MX990 Remote; 5 Bello chairs; Coaire Mini-split.

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WoW..very detailed explanation. Hats off....
Need your expert's view please.
I have Epson 2150 PJ, 120" Screen & a normal Samsung player (of course with 3D BluRay support).
I have been watching all my 3D movies till now without any adjustment done anywhere.
Could you please let me know what is the optimal adjustments I should do if i want to see more of pop-outs in 3D movie?
Thanks, What Samsung player do you have?
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Thanks, What Samsung player do you have?
I have Samsung HT-J5530 1000-Watt 5.1-Channel 3D Blu-ray Home Theatre System (http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product...10370030.aspx?)

I see in my Epson 2150 PJ 3D Menu on some adjustments like 3D Depth ranging from -10 to 10. Any idea what is the best/optimal value to achieve max/best Pop-out effects?

Thanks in advance
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I have Samsung HT-J5530 1000-Watt 5.1-Channel 3D Blu-ray Home Theatre System (http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product...10370030.aspx?)

I see in my Epson 2150 PJ 3D Menu on some adjustments like 3D Depth ranging from -10 to 10. Any idea what is the best/optimal value to achieve max/best Pop-out effects?

Thanks in advance
If you look at 3D as looking through a window, then all objects are normally within the window. Pop-outs are objects that go through the window into audience space. Most 3D is best if all the objects to the far right or left do not break the window plane, only the center objects break through the window. To achieve this, you would adjust the depth so that the further object in a landscape scene is 2.5 inches apart in Left/Right eye separation with the glasses off. This is easily measurable. Just go up to the screen and measure it. You will have to use an outdoor landscape scene to do this typically, as in the furthest building, mountain, tree, etc. They should be at infinity, which for your eyes will be about 2.5 inches apart. Once you have done this, you have the best depth ranging between -10 to 10. Now if you want to get creative, back off that depth until you have distant objects at about 1-2 inches apart. This will force more objects through the 3D window into audience space. For close up scenes most of the objects will break the window plane into your space. You don't want to do this too much, or it will hurt your eyes, because anything that comes through the window will make you cross-eyed to view it. Does that make sense? Less distance depth will cause more pop-outs.
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