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Old 10-29-2012, 03:43 PM   #41
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There is already a thread about this

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Old 10-29-2012, 04:31 PM   #42
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I'm going to try Heavy Metal one of these days soon. I've not watched it in a long time and curious as to how it might look with the conversion on.
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Kill Bill Vol 1, Scott Pilgrim and Pee Wees Big Adventure look great on my LG
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Old 12-26-2012, 06:11 PM   #44
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We have a 3D Samsung (2012) and believe that it can convert 2d-3d. Is this the same feature that is found on some BluRay disc players? Therefore, is it completely necessary to look for that feature in a 3d Blu-Ray player? The model is the 7100 series.

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Old 12-26-2012, 11:01 PM   #45
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I have an Lg 55lm6200 and i can convert 2d to 3d, but it sucks. It is not the same as bluray 3d movies. Not the same at all!!!!
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Old 12-26-2012, 11:13 PM   #46
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I have an Lg 55lm6200 and i can convert 2d to 3d, but it sucks. It is not the same as bluray 3d movies. Not the same at all!!!!
It's never going to be the same no matter what you have,some may be better than other's at converting but at the end of the day,that is all you are doing,converting something rather than viewing something that is meant to be seen that way.
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Old 12-31-2012, 06:57 AM   #47
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Default Most Ridiculous film you've watched converted in 3D? (2D to 3D)

I currently ordered a new 3DTV that features 2D to 3D, you can convert anything to 3D, if you have this feature what movies have you watched that would never be released in 3D?

I've been thinking of what movies I would watch and I'm thinking of:
>Freaky Friday (2003)
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and I was thinking that Kick-Ass and Machete might look good in 3D.

I'm probably going to watch everything in 3D as I really enjoy 3D and I don't care if it's not how it was original intended to be made, I just love 3D.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:22 PM   #48
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I tried watching Dumb & Dumber in 3d. Tried. Wasn't good. In fact, I don't use the 2d-> 3d conversion at all anymore. It just doesn't work for me.
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:01 PM   #49
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Yeah, 2D-3D conversion is not as good as you may expect. It is nothing like a professionally converted title.
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:10 PM   #50
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I thought I would use the 2D->3D feature on my bluray player (which came with great reviews by the way) and after just one movie I got tired of it. Its rarely perfect and gives me eyestrain that I dont normally get with native 3D or the good conversions out there. I decided its better to keep the 3D novelty alive by restricting it to these instead of using that feature on my player.
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Old 01-01-2013, 11:27 PM   #51
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Default Best 2D to 3d conversion Blu Ray movies

Not sure if there's already a thread for this but wanted everyone's input on this so we can fully enjoy the benefit of the 3D format since actual 3D Blu Rays are still fairly limited.This way we can add titles on this list that folks might not be even aware of and be able to check out on their own and enjoy the benefits of the conversion.Anyway,after going thru some titles i came across Transformers the Revenge of the Fallen and was pleasantly surprised how natural it looked!I would even say that it rivals some of the best 3D Blu Rays available.I used the conversion in the player itself which is the Oppo BDP-103.The depth within the Autobots and Decepticons were astonishing while maintaining the sharpness and detail of the images.No crosstalk whatsoever which was unbelievable.Please let us know of some other good to great conversions
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:04 AM   #52
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If I ever use 2D-3D conversion, I do it on a really low depth setting. That way I can appreciate the instances where it gets something right without having all the errors flung right in my face in an obvious manner. Plus I seem to get some sort of "placebo effect" just from having the glasses on.

I usually stick to goofy actiony stuff like old Power Rangers DVDs.
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I havent gotten my 3D TV yet, but when I do, I'm going to try Kick-Ass, it might look great I plan on testing a lot of movies especially some good horror flicks.
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Old 01-02-2013, 06:41 PM   #55
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That will soon fade, 1 year ago my wife hated me because I converted everything, but you'll eventually realize you're not watching 3d, but a conversion algorithm catastrophe.

Or maybe you won't, but I went from "CONVERT ALL THE THINGS!!" to "meh, let's convert some of the things..." to "Why is the sky poking out, it's backdrop.. man this kind of sucks".

I will second that a very minimal depth setting will get you the maximum results when watching the 2d-3d function.

As to stay on topic, I got drunk one night and watched "RAD" converted, the old BMX cult classic from the 80's lol. I bought a copy off of ebay a few years back (still have my original VHS but, well you know..), it had a remastered video and audio quality - fan created of course since the flick never actually went to DVD or anything greater but it's definitely clean.

Needless to say Cru Jones backflip out of the kix bowl did not land in my living room, more on an incorrectly inverted converted bubble of a dirt mound on Hell Track.
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Old 01-02-2013, 09:29 PM   #56
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the title is released in 3D lol
i was talking about titles in regular 2D that superbly converts to 3D.i just didn't want to go thru hundrerds of titles to find out which ones convert seamlessly to 3D.i will try the first Transformers later to see how it is.
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:54 PM   #57
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I pretty much looked at Attack of the Clones entirely in TV converted 3D. It was about the same quality that the professionally converted Phantom Menace was, as sad as that is to say.

Haven't tried it with much else, aside from testing it on the first Transformers.
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the title is released in 3D lol
i was talking about titles in regular 2D that superbly converts to 3D.i just didn't want to go thru hundrerds of titles to find out which ones convert seamlessly to 3D.i will try the first Transformers later to see how it is.
Ahh OK with you now,in that case I don't bother with that button as I think it's crap basically.
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I never convert with my 3DTV. Very rare does anything look to have any dimension, and that usually only lasts for 20 seconds. For example, when I first got the TV, I watched 'Fellowship of the Ring' for about 20 minutes. Only a small bit of Frodo jumping onto Gandalf's cart and sitting there with him looked 3D. Nothing before that.

I also tried converting HD episodes of 'NCIS', 'Game of Thrones', and 'Person of Interest' into 3D and noticed no change. After that I gave up completely.
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I watched Star Trek (2009) a while ago, it looked ok.
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