Let us try to make a useful list of the EDID identifiers for different 3D-capable display solutions, so that owners of different stereoscopic 3D devices can experiment by making their display recognized by Windows and other software as a different product and thus behaving differently or getting some extra features available. No matter if you have a passive, active 3D or even autostereoscopic 3D solution please follow the simple guide below and share your EDID identifier data if it is not already shared by somebody else. It is something that you can do in no time and with that you might be able to help many other users…
How to save your Monitor EDID info:
– Get the free Monitor Asset Manager
– Install and Run the Monitor Asset Manager
– Click on the File menu and select “Create INF…”
– Name the file with your display model and upload it in the forum.
When posting the INF driver for your 3D display it might also help if you include some additional information, such as what interface the monitor is connected over and if you also have some sort of adapter or maybe a receiver connected between the computer and the display. This might be important especially for HDMI connections where you may also need to have support for audio over the interface and not only the 3D video.
– You can post your 3D Monitor EDID INF driver here in the forum…
– You can post your 3D HDTV EDID INF driver here in the forum…
– You can post your 3D Projector EDID INF driver here in the forum…
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If you have an HDMI 1.4(a)-capable 3D HDTV, monitor or projector and you want to use it with 3D content coming from your PC, then one of the options is to use Nvidia’s 3DTV Play software, provided that you have a compatible video card. And although Nvidia is trying to support most of the 3D-capable HDMI 1.4(a) products if you get a less popular or a very new product it might not yet be officially supported. For a list of currently supported HDMI 1.4(a) products by the 3DTV Play software. You can however help speed up the addition by following this set of instructions and in the next driver/software update it might be supported.
– Download the Monitor Asset Manager utility, install it and start it.
– Click on “File” and choose “Save as”. Please name the file with your name, for instance “john_doe_3DTV.bin”
– Visit the NVIDIA support site, click on the tab “Submit an Issue” and fill out the information in the table. Make sure to include your TV Manufacturer and Exact Model Number in the Product Name Field and include the .bin in the report under the section called “Attach Documents” to the Question.
The latest 3DTV Play Support Update Utility v188.8.131.52 for the GeForce beta driver v270.51 was released yesterday and it adds the following new models HDMI 1.4 3D TVs from Panasonic and Samsung:
– Panasonic TC-L32DT30
– Panasonic TH-P50VT20Z
– Panasonic TX-P42G30B
– Panasonic TX-P46GT30B
– Samsung UE46D7005
– Samsung UN46D6900
– Samsung UN40D6420
– Samsung UN55D8000
This update is intended for people using the free 3DTV Play software functionality as a part of owning 3D Vision kit, people that have purchased a separate license for the standalone 3DTV Play software as well as for owners of PCs with the software pre-installed, and you need to have the 3DTV Play software already installed to be able to install this update.
– To download the latest 3DTV Play Support Update Utility v184.108.40.206…
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