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Old 14 Jun 2010, 02:50 PM   #1
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Anyone know where to get 3D Dvd's on the net, I just bought a new Samsung 101cm 3DTV and I'm having trouble finding a decent site selling them. Anyone got any idea what good 3D films are I want to make the most out of this new purchase?
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Old 14 Jun 2010, 04:51 PM   #2
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Is your new TV one of the new 3D models from this page?

http://www.samsung.com/us/consumer/t...getype=subtype

You'll also need a 3D Blu-ray player to play 3D Blu-ray discs.

There isn't a whole lot of stuff you can buy. Monsters vs Aliens comes with Samsung hardware, so if you purchase their 3D Blu-ray player, you may get this movie along with 2 pairs of glasses as a bonus offer on right now (or you can purchase the kit separately).

Panasonic have two movies (Ice Age 3 and Coraline), but both are not for general sale.

About the only other movie you can buy is Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. But it's over priced at $36.

Best to wait 6 month when plenty of 3D stuff will be available for not much more than your average Blu-ray disc.
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Old 28 Jun 2010, 06:35 PM   #3
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Hi,

I have the same problem, I just got a new samsung 55" LED 3D TV and got the free 3D bluray player and 4 Rechargable glasses with it.

I also got a free 120GB PS3 and apparently there is a firmware update coming to be able to play 3D movies on your ps3 so maybe consider getting one of those as it does more then just watch movies. If you come across any more 3D movies please let me know

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If you have the Samsung, then you can play 3D clips via the USB input (unlike Panasonic, which doesn't seem to accept 3D videos through USB, from what I've read). Here are some demo materials to get your started:

http://3dguy.tv/downloads/3d-index/

This blog also regularly posts clips:

http://3dvision-blog.com/

The Man Utd vs Wigan highlights in 3D is one of the more popular 3D clips:

http://3dvision-blog.com/the-goals-o...ereo-3d-video/
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Thank you guys, the Ant trailer did work well on my new LG 3d via usb stick with this dl, and I hope the Manchester game highlight will be the same (In the process of DL ) LG was not very helpful with this and they provided me with only one pair of 3D glasses (rechargeable via usb)
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I lost the thread I was on with a "not logged on"?
anyway here we go

Thank you guys, the Ant trailer did work well on my new LG 3d via usb stick with this dl, and I hope the Manchester game highlight will be the same (In the process of DL ) LG was not very helpful with this and they provided me with only one pair of 3D glasses (rechargeable via usb)
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As for Man U Vs... It ran two split video but no 3d...Did i miss something?
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As for Man U Vs... It ran two split video but no 3d...Did i miss something?
I think there should be a setting on your TV to select the type of 3D video (side-by-side in this case, but there are also checkerboard, top-and-bottom ... and also possibly a setting to reverse the left/right), at least there's an option to do that on my Samsung (http://content.reviewed.com/products...50-menu-3D.jpg).
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I think there should be a setting on your TV to select the type of 3D video
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Old 11 May 2016, 09:38 PM   #9
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hey hey guys! hello
I'm looking for 3D tv. can you help me and give a piece of advice, please?
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3D television is dead: Samsung and LG cut back on 3D TV production

I have a samsung with 3D & It works fine. Occasionally I do bump up the brightness setting when viewing a 3D due to the reduction of brightness with the glasses. & then change back when finished

My local library has bought the Blu ray dvd combo packs that has 3D disk as well so all 3 options are available for loan/rent for $1
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