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I had an identical issue when I upgraded Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 - as part of the installation process the drivers for my nVidia graphics card were reinstalled, which included the stereoscopic 3D drivers and defaulted them to enabled. In my instance I got the 3D effect in Payday 2 rather than the game you're trying to play. I resolved this issue by ...


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To be able to use a 3D TV for computer gaming you need the following items: 3D TV. 3D Glasses. A HDMI 1.4a cable. A graphics card able to transmit 3D images. It is very important that you use a HDMI 1.4 or 1.4a cable, because earlier versions of the cable cannot transmit the frequencies needed for 3D. As for the graphics card in your computer, both AMD ...


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I Couldnt get it to work by stock either, but the solution given in this forum post worked. But, be very careful. This involves registry editing, which can be very dangerous if you get it wrong. Click on Start button, type regedit, then click OK. Navigate to the following place in the registry (Windows 7, 64BIT. Should work in most OS's) ... ...


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I just called Microsoft at 1-800-4-MY-XBOX and they verified that I do need HDMI in order to play games in 3D. I did not ask anything about LG's 2D-to-3D conversion. I imagine it would work the same way I used to make 3D images in Photoshop with a single camera. For the right eye you cut a little bit off the left side of the picture and for the left eye you ...


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Currently, there are only a handful of games to the xbox360 that supports 3D, these games are: 3D Infinity Avatar: The Game Batman: Arkham Asylum (GOTY Edition) Call of Duty: Black Ops Enslaved: Odyssey to the West G-Force Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao Madden NFL 11 Shaun White Skateboarding Skate 2 Xbox 360 3D Games List - is a list that ...


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The 3D TVs now coming out all support the HDMI 1.4 (or better) 3D standard, which is what the PS3 and other 3D blu-ray devices support. So yes, you will be able to mix and match 3D equipment from the player, to the cable, to the TV. The glasses are not standardized yet, though, so you will likely need to make sure that any extra pairs of glasses you ...


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The reason for the weird system popups is that the Xbox doesn't support 3D natively. It's just the game itself that outputs two half-size images on a normal 2D output. The TV then pulls out the two images and displays one to each eye when you put it manually in 3D side by side mode. If you look at the Xbox guide during Gears with the TV in 2D mode what you ...


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You can use component cables to play Gears 3 in 3D. I just did on my own HDMI-less console. You might get a better image quality with the HDMI, but the 3D affect does work with component cables.


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The short answer is YES if your Xbox has a HDMI connection (and you use it). Get the latest dashboard update and connect to your 3DTV using a HDMI cable (cheap ones are ok if they're less than 6 foot, else get one that says "high speed"). The previous answer is not technically correct but it's close enough (1280x1470 3D framebuffer requires the same ...


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I don't know of a full list but Call of Duty: Black Ops for the 360 does.


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I'm only finding the same information online that you're probably seeing - forums with complaints about the disc version not supporting 3D. But I'm finding it from enough different sources that it looks like you're correct - the disc-based version doesn't support 3D. I've had the PSN version for quite a while and it's a fantastic game even without 3D ...


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Can you spectate on a Quake 3 match using ioquake3? I'm afraid you can't, but I can't say for sure. ioQuake3 eventually found one baseq3 server (at 163.36.202.155:27960) but failed to connect to it (it got stuck at Awaiting Challenge). I'm afraid they may be network incompatible by default, then. What is the best way for adding anaglyph support to ...


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I "found" the "solution". Update to 304.79 BETA drivers then it works again. It was just a driver issue.


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In theory, since 3d vision enabled games render twice as many frames (one for each eye, rather than just one for both eyes) you would expect the framerate to be roughly 50% of normal. However, according to this, the Nvidia Fermi architecture (4xx and onwards) seems to have improved on this which reduces the performance loss to only 38%. I would expect this ...


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I had the same issue in Black Ops 2, but I didn't have the Stereoscopic 3D option in the nVidia control panel, so I simply uninstalled the 3d drivers in add/remove programs.


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I downloaded the latest Nvidia driver for my GTX 680 and that solved the problem - also added the stereoscopic option that was not previously there. The game it was happening on was Mass Effect.


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It depends on a game and the definition of 3D. While many 3D games on Xbox 360 require HDMI for 3D support, there are some that can be played in 3D even without HDMI, if you have other proper means for the 3D viewing. There has been some debate about what does and what does not count as "real" 3D, but in its simpliest form, even red/green- glasses count as ...


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Looking at the spiel for the nVidia 3D Vision (I guess this is what you mean when you say "nVision") - then all you need is a 3D display device once you have the card: http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-3d-games.html I'm not entirely convinced at how good the 3D experience of many of the existing games in the list will be, since they were not ...


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If you're using the retail disc version, this is relevant: Does Wipeout HD Fury (disc) support 3D? (Hint: It's not good news...)


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You might want to take a look at this site: http://www.stereo3d.com/quake.htm



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