I can't recall a time while watching a movie when I've ever thought "this is a bit flat", though. While traditional film is projected onto a flat surface, it's still representing a 3D location that was filmed. It's not like a video camera somehow magically sucks out all perspective from a shot.3D movies where things jump out of the screen I actually understand a lot more. 3D makes a TON of sense for some genres, like shlocky horror. Great fun. But used subtly, 3D might as well not be there at all.If 3D was non-intrusive then it wouldn't matter either way - I have nothing explicitly against 3D as a concept because, as I say, it doesn't really make a difference for me whether it's there or not. But the triple-whammy of annoying glasses, darkened projection and ridiculously inflated ticket prices mean that 3D is a no-go area for me currently.
Wouldn't you like a nice Surface Pro to demo HItfilm?
Heh, you should hold our Asus power laptop that we use to demo HitFilm. It weighs more than a fricking desktop.