As you might know the Nvidia 3D Vision Video Player is actually a special free version of Peter Wimmer’s Stereosopic Player that is limited to support only 3D Vision. Unfortunately the official version of the Nvidia 3D Vision Video Player hasn’t beep updated for a while (already almost a year now) and the last official version you can download is 1.7.5 while at the same time the Stereoscopic Player is currently up to a version 1.9.9 that has just been released a few days ago. Fortunately there is a very easy way to bring your Nvidia 3D Vision Video Player up to date to the latest version getting all the bug fixes and improvements available. You have to copy the license file from a 3D Vision Video Player installation, it is called “StereoPlayer.cst” into the folder where you have installed the latest version of Stereoscopic Player overwriting the file there. And next time when you run the Stereoscopic Player it will run in 3D Vision Video Player mode.
Have in mind that this workaround will just enable the 3D Vision Video Player functionality using the latest version of the Stereoscopic Player, it will not enable the full extra functionality that is found in the full Stereoscopic Player. It is just a simple way to have the 3D Vision Video Player up to date. If you need the extra functionality of the Stereoscopic Player you should get a license for the Stereoscopic Player.