@cookybiscuit - Thanks for the input. It’s a different world between gaming and DVD movies.
DVD players only send at 30 frames per second.
Blu-Ray players that support 3D are merely sending 60 frames per second, which is supported by 1 HDMI cable. The 3D TV then converges the two images and it is displayed at 30 frames per second.
That’s why 3D TVs are a multiple of 60Hz - to accommodate 2 images per frame (left eye and right eye) at 30 frames per second.
My TV is 120Hz which takes the images at the lower fps and does some funky Photoshop to add extra frames. It’s supposed to smooth motion and introduce clarity. However, reviews seem to say that most people cannot tell the difference.