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DDD TriDef 3D Software Has Been Updated to Version 4.2.3

May 28th, 2010 · 5 Comments · Other S3D Tech

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It has been a while since we’ve seen an update from DDD of their TriDef 3D Software, but today brings good news for the people that use this software solution to drive their 3D-capable system – playing photos, videos and games in stereo 3D. The new version of the software updates the TriDef 3D Ignition to version 2.7 and the TriDef 3D Media Player to version 6.7.9 and brings some small improvements and fixes in both programs. There is still no word about DirectX 10/11 support or 120Hz LCD and shutter glasses, so we’ll have to keep waiting for these to maybe get them in the next update…

It is worth noting that the TriDef 3D Ignition now has new profiles for the following games: Mass Effect 2, BioShock 2, Assasin’s Creed II, ShellShock 2, Street Fighter IV, The Saboteur, The Lord of the Rings Online, Mines of Moria, Perimeter 2 New Earth, Need for Speed Undercover, Leisure Suit Larry – Box Office Bust, Dark Void and Aion. There are now also beta profiles for Divinity II – Ego Draconis, Mini Ninja, Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 and Starcraft II and some updates were done to several game profiles including Google Earth, Left for Dead 2 and Age of Empires III. The TriDef 3D Media Player got an improved rendering backend and several user interface enhancements including higher resolution graphics, special font rendering for 3D displays and better tooltips.

To download the latest version 4.2.3 of the TriDef 3D Software solution…

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DDD TriDef 3D Software Just Got Updated to Version 4.2

February 24th, 2010 · 5 Comments · Other S3D Tech

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DDD just released an new version 4.2 of their TriDef 3D which includes updated version of the TriDef 3D Media Player 6.6.1 and TriDef 3D Ignition 2.5. The release notes do not say much other than the Ignition solution, the one used to turn ordinary 3D games into stereoscopic 3D games with added depth perception, offers fixed compatibility issues with some games and contains new game profiles including Mass Effect 2 and BioShock 2. There are also some hints that DDD is working on adding active shutter glasses support in their solution, but it is a bit too early for that. But with the latest news we are getting from ATI it is very possible that DDD is going to support 120Hz LCD displays very soon, although it is not clear if 3D Vision for example will be compatible or only the new Bit Cauldron shutter glasses we are expecting this summer. Anyway, if you are using TriDef software with your current stereo 3D setup you should upgrade to the new version, especially if you want to play BioShock 2 and Mass Effect 2 in S3D mode.

To download the latest version 4.2 of the TriDef 3D Software solution…

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