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Old 09-30-2013, 01:50 PM   #61
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I'm really quite impressed with the video quality of the 3D being streamed. Nice, crisp picture that's just as good, to the untrained eye, as Blu Ray 3D. Currently they have mostly 3Net and IMAX 3D presentations, but there are a few Hollywood movies mixed in as well. At the moment, the movies aren't streaming in 3D for some strange reason. Even though they are in the 3D "genre" on Netflix. So there must be a bug preventing them from playing properly.

They also introduced a "format" called SuperHD which basically amps up the quality of the video to 1080p. That video quality is quite impressive itself.
Comparable to bluray 3D? That's a big shout.
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Old 10-02-2013, 11:42 PM   #62
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Is there a quick way to only see 3d movies? I found an old list on another forum but was wondering if anything had changed since then.

Quality wise its not as good as a true bluray, but its certainly watchable from what I've seen.
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Old 10-03-2013, 02:06 AM   #63
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Super HD is available to all now
Super HD is just normal HD. I see absolutely no difference regular HD and super HD at all
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Old 10-03-2013, 02:08 AM   #64
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Comparable to bluray 3D? That's a big shout.
Have no idea what that guy talks about the 3D can't even come close to blu ray 3D and super HD looks like just normal HD to me as well.
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Old 10-03-2013, 02:27 AM   #65
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Super HD is just normal HD. I see absolutely no difference regular HD and super HD at all
Normal HD is 720p on Netflix. "Super" HD just means that it is actually 1080p Full HD.

Its a shame the Xbox is only 720p HD for Netflix. I believe the PS3 allows for both Super HD and 3D streaming

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Old 10-07-2013, 01:05 AM   #66
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Dang, I wish the 3D was offered on LG Blu-Ray players right now.
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Old 10-08-2013, 12:12 PM   #67
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Yeah I agree. Probably just a marketing gimmick.

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Old 10-10-2013, 11:42 AM   #68
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Watched Tormented last night. The 3D depth and out-of-the screen effects were very good but I did notice some ghosting which I never see on my Panasonic AE8000. I lost the signal after about a hour and it said my connection is too slow. Its 50mps on my PC but on the PS3 its only 8. The other PC's on my wireless network are also 50mps.
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Old 10-10-2013, 12:23 PM   #69
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Watched Tormented last night. The 3D depth and out-of-the screen effects were very good but I did notice some ghosting which I never see on my Panasonic AE8000. I lost the signal after about a hour and it said my connection is too slow. Its 50mps on my PC but on the PS3 its only 8. The other PC's on my wireless network are also 50mps.
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Have no idea what that guy talks about the 3D can't even come close to blu ray 3D and super HD looks like just normal HD to me as well.
That's what I suspected.
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Old 10-10-2013, 01:21 PM   #71
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Have no idea what that guy talks about the 3D can't even come close to blu ray 3D and super HD looks like just normal HD to me as well.
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Nice, crisp picture that's just as good, to the untrained eye, as Blu Ray 3D
To me, that means people that sit back and enjoy the show, not ones that scour the screen for any hint of artifact and are biased to specs no matter how good the picture looks think its fine. In other words, to those of us, and there are many, that sit back farther than 3' from our 60" TVs and aren't waiting to find artifacts so we can say, "AH HA!", the picture is fine.
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To me, that means people that sit back and enjoy the show, not ones that scour the screen for any hint of artifact and are biased to specs no matter how good the picture looks think its fine. In other words, to those of us, and there are many, that sit back farther than 3' from our 60" TVs and aren't waiting to find artifacts so we can say, "AH HA!", the picture is fine.
Does Netflix still have 3D ??
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Does Netflix still have 3D ??
Yyyyep--Took a vacation for a while, after a few files turned out to be badly synched, but FWIW, they're back.
Still seems to be only the files from 3Net (IMAX documentaries, WellGo Asians, a few original series), and haven't heard much from 3Net in a while.
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Yyyyep--Took a vacation for a while, after a few files turned out to be badly synched, but FWIW, they're back.
Still seems to be only the files from 3Net (IMAX documentaries, WellGo Asians, a few original series), and haven't heard much from 3Net in a while.
So Beowulf 3D gone? Any idea if Samsung TV supported?
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Yyyyep--Took a vacation for a while, after a few files turned out to be badly synched, but FWIW, they're back.
Still seems to be only the files from 3Net (IMAX documentaries, WellGo Asians, a few original series), and haven't heard much from 3Net in a while.
3D has been back for 3 or 4 weeks.

Beowulf is there as is just about everything if not all else that was there before.
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3D has been back for 3 or 4 weeks.

Beowulf is there as is just about everything if not all else that was there before.
(By "only", I meant they don't get 3D movies that didn't come from 3Net, and we only got the 2D versions of A Monster in Paris, Escape From Planet Earth and Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away when they joined the catalog.)
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Old 01-15-2014, 06:55 PM   #77
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Finally signed up for Netflix and 3D selection is amazing with some pretty good foriegn movies that have crazy popouts and depth. I already lost interest in buying 3D blurays now. I will be very pick from now on.
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So, what is the best system to use to watch these? I can see them on my PS3 but sometimes the connection is too slow. I have 50mps on the PC but the PS3 is a lot less.
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I use a Game Adapter on mine, to get the N protocol. Just make sure your router can broadcast it, unless you already are set up wired. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
So is this connected to the PS3? Will I be getting 50mps on the PS3 with this? I am on Comcast cable.
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