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    Hi,

    sure it's a content problem. In side by side movies:

    - the left part of the frame is for the left eye => left 3D frame
    - the right part of the frame is for the right eye => right 3D frame

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    I am inclined to believe Toengel, can't really comment as I have no 3D blu rays, only use youtube so far and don't use cracked, converted blu ray disks on a usb stick.

    Not sure if anyone out there can confirm all blu ray 3d titles / SKy 3d/ olympic or wimbledon 3D , are as reported and always display left/right the same way around. If so I can live with it.

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    The problem is that for a normal user, it is of no use to tell him "the video is wrong". The only option then is not to watch that content, or (at least as far as I can guess, what Philips definitely wouldn't want), to switch to another TV.

    There is, at the moment, rather much content out there which has the "wrong" sides. It might be that the majority of such movies is from illegal sources; but lets put that discussion aside here please; I am not a lawyer, but I cannot imagine that anyone could accuse Philips of supporting copyright violation just by adding such an option; and there is legal content out there also having this problem; and to point at the video makers and saying "They are wrong", or "it's probably illegal anyway" doesn't help the customers at all.

    Adding such an option should be cheap for Philips, and would make the Philips TV draw even with its competitors in that respect (because at least as far as I heard, most TVs of other big brands have such an option already); meaning it would improve customer satisfaction with little cost - what more could Philips hope for?
    Last edited by bfroehler; 03-12-2012 at 01:07 PM.

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