Quote: Originally Posted by greywolf
This goes back to last year. I report it to DirecTV and hear nothing back. I won't do 3D PPV/VOD and I advise people to avoid it too.
I've actually seen the same problem with a Yamaha 3D Bluray player (which was resolved by switching to a Sony) so I think it's a firmware issue using a particular 3D spec. I'm not technical enough to understand it, but I really hope Directv takes this seriously as we can't be the only two people to have experienced this. I suspect most folks just think it's normal & don't say anything about it.
Oh, and this was my first post & wouldn't you know I made an error in my scenario. I meant to say: "...and closed my left eye, I would see one image, like someones eye's opened. But when I closed my right eye, their eye's would be closed..."
There have been a number of posts here on the problem. If you change the filter on post displays from the default 30 days to all posts, you'll see them. The number of people doing 3D VOD is very small. 3DTV has not caught on well. The only reason I have played with it at all is I won the drawing among TechKnowGuides and DirecTV gave me a 3DTV so I could answer questions. I checked it out and don't really like it. Maybe when technology improves to the point glasses are not required and frame refresh is basically abolished, I'll change my mind. If I can't see a football on a punt, the technology isn't good enough.