Just wondering if anyone has done a 3D Calibration using either a Calibration Disc for Brightness / Contrast / colour and Tint or had a proffessional Calibration ?.
I tried using the AVSHD Disc last night in 3D conversion Mode wearing the 3D Glasses , I was quite surprised at how things were in comparison with 2D calibration.
First of all Brightness was much more pronounced and easier to get Ref 16 Black with Bar 17 and up Flashing and i ended up with Brightness at 48 for 'Standard Mode and Movie mode'. Now in 2D brightness needs to be set at 'Standard mode 54 and Movie mode 69'. I was surpised this was the case.
Colour was also unusual compared to 2D settings. Standard mode and Movie mode both required 44 with tint at 51/49. Now in 2D Standard mode needs colour at 40, Tint 51/49 and Movie mode 51 with tint 51/49.
The upshot is that my 2D settings look superb with vivid colours when needed with natural skintones/softer pallete colours aswell, Just how it sjould be. But when i popped in some 3D BD material to check how it looked (i was quite excited) i was very dissapointed with what i saw, I used Final destination 5 and Resident Evil but colours and the whole thing looked flat and washed out.
I have no idea why this would be but to be honest i have never really liked 'Real' 3D anyhow so far but find all my Animated 3D collection to be fantastic .
So if anyone has some good ideas or How to setup 3D any better i am all ears