A Steven Spielberg film. I had high hopes for this film. Animated movies have typically been some of the best 3D shows I've seen. Unfortunately, the 3D is so light and soooo uninspiring that I could only watch about a half hour and then I turned it off. Steven- listen up buddy. Your 3D is a failure.
I saw this in the cinema too and thought it was pretty good in therms of the 3D. Like most movies though, the amount of 3d wasn't consistent throughout the movie and there were many scenes where it was almost non-existent. Once again, translation from a big screen to TV will lose a lot of depth. I'm wondering if the studios will start doing a second render so that they have correct perspectives for smaller screens when they release 3D-BD. Just shrinking the images that are rendered for a cinema screen to something 1/20th the size can't work!
When I first saw it I was floored that there was not really any volume, sure theres depth, Depth between the camera focuses of peoples faces while they are talking. Even then so its just a cardboard cutout. Then theres the landscape where it does have a depth plain but it sure don't look like that in real life I must say.
I reconverted my blu-ray disc of tin tin to mp4 and for what its worth I enjoyed it much more than firstly watching it a few months ago. I just recently got a new projector screen today and wanted to try it out. The software players I think could be the cullpret too because they are not adjusting enough to lighting, moire panning adjustments and steady streaming of the frames. I found once I paused the movie and looked at the screen in stereo3d, thats its a nice touch of 3d all things considered. Still not really any volume and I am not talking about pop-out or depth. I find pretty much all the 3d out now like this. Seems if there is 3d its only on one thing in there.
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