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3D, other than the obvious sources

DeanR32

Standard Member
Evening all

I've just purchased an LG 540u and updated my PS3 for 3D blue Ray. I bought a couple films (final destination 5 and Smurfs for the boy) but now I've run out of things to watch

I'll be getting upgraded to Sky HD soon but wondered if there was anything else I could do to watch some more? Any demo DVD's or sources I could watch more?

Probably sound tight but wanted to see if theres any more little samples before the HD box turns up

Cheers
 

DeanR32

Standard Member
If I'm honest, I'm not even sure when up download anything, where I'll find it on my computer. And once it's there, how to get it to the tv.

Anyone know what to do this?
 

celsius

Novice Member
If I'm honest, I'm not even sure when up download anything, where I'll find it on my computer. And once it's there, how to get it to the tv.

Anyone know what to do this?
To be honest, if you have to ask so many foundatmental questions (all are essential elements), I suggest you forget it as you are bound to encounter many difficulties later.

You have done the right thing in subscribing SKY.
Enjoy that.
 

Wootball

Well-known Member
celsius said:
To be honest, if you have to ask so many foundatmental questions (all are essential elements), I suggest you forget it as you are bound to encounter many difficulties later.

You have done the right thing in subscribing SKY.
Enjoy that.
And when you became interested in AV, you just knew it to begin with and didn't need to ask?
 

jonboy666

Active Member
If I'm honest, I'm not even sure when up download anything, where I'll find it on my computer. And once it's there, how to get it to the tv.

Anyone know what to do this?
im the same as you mate,although ive actually managed to get some clips playing on the tv:clap:
but not through my LG TV but through the blue ray
for some reason it wont play through the usb port on the tv,dont no why.
 

bonzobanana

Well-known Member
3D is everywhere now. Youtube has loads of 3D videos just search for 3D side by side. You can get emulators that support 3D side by side for consoles like ps2 and gamecube and others I believe. There are people that have converted 3D blurays to analglyph so even those without 3D tvs can watch 3D albeit with naff colour accuracy, same again for emulators. A lot of 3D material is out there.


Choose side by side in the options. Great support for anaglyph on youtube as well.

Great for people like me with a projector.
 

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