In order to be able to do what you describe, you must have a true 3D Blu-Ray disc, not a regular Blu-ray disc with anaglyph glasses. A "Blu-Ray 3D" disc would typically have a disclaimer on the back alerting users that a 3D HDTV, plus 3D glasses, and 3D Blu-ray player are required. In addition, the case would have a "Blu-Ray 3D" logo.
Hi, I have bought a Samsung TV UE40D6500 and a Samsung Blu Ray Player D6900S. I have tried to watch a 3D Movie (Final Destination 4 in 3D), but there is no way to see it in 3D with the original Samsung shutter glasses. They are connected by HDMI 1.4 cable, but the TV does not switch to 3D Mode by playing the movie to be able to pair the glasses with the TV.
I select 3D Movie on the main menu of the Blu Ray and the movie has its own glasses (blue and red), but I want to watch it with the Samsung shutter glasses in better quality.
Why does it not work?