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Share Your 3D Monitor, 3D HDTV or 3D Projector EDID Data

February 16th, 2012 · 13 Comments · Other S3D Tech

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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13 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Nick 3DvB // Feb 16, 2012 at 18:19

    Great idea Bloody! 8 )

    Especially now the new drivers are locked to certified displays.

    Maybe it’s time to have another look at manually adding displays:


    I never did work that out…

  • 2 Whoever // Feb 17, 2012 at 00:59

    Because I am not going to register to your forum for a single post, I´ll post the file this way:
    ACER GD245HQbid.inf : Connected directly via VGA;

    ; INF file generated by Monitor Asset Manager (, 16.02.2012
    ; Copyright (c) EnTech Taiwan, 1995-2011.
    ; Internet: http://www.entechtaiwan.com

    Signature=”$WINDOWS NT$”











    ;Base EDID





    ;YourColorProfileFile.icm for non-sRGB displays

    MFG=”EnTech Taiwan”
    DISC=”Monitor EDID Override Installation Disk”
    PRODUCTID=”Acer GD245HQ (ACR0124 EDID Override)”

  • 3 Bob // Feb 17, 2012 at 01:10

    I agree this is an awesome idea. I’ll add the EDID data for my Vizio 42″ 3DTV later, but I think it’s also a good idea to have another look at manually adding displays. Maybe once you have a decent variety of EDID’s you can do a follow up post.

  • 4 Shii // Feb 17, 2012 at 07:54

    Can anybody with LG D2342P Monitor post it`s EDID? Maybe it will work with LG 3D TV`s better than Acer and Zalman EDID overrides.

  • 5 Max // Feb 17, 2012 at 09:49

    Yes would be good, and maybe we don’t have to wear glasses upside down.

  • 6 Bloody // Feb 17, 2012 at 14:24

    Shii, it has been posted it in the forum here:

  • 7 Max // Feb 17, 2012 at 15:59

    Somebody try it quickly with cinema 3d tvs!

  • 8 Shii // Feb 17, 2012 at 16:16

    Max, give me one more hour. :)

  • 9 Shii // Feb 17, 2012 at 18:00

    Well… No luck with this LG D2342P EDID. I was able to activate checkerboard mode in Nvidia drivers with 3d vision usb emulator, after that I enable 3d checkerboard mode and swapped 3d to Right/Left in tv settings. And finally got correct 3d effect without wearing glasses upside down BUT strong LG colorbug still here and I can`t remove it for now.
    To be continued..

  • 10 Max // Feb 17, 2012 at 21:16

    why checkerboard? you cannot select horizontal interleave?

  • 11 Shii // Feb 17, 2012 at 21:52

    Yeah, I can`t select interleve with this EDID. It works with Zalman and Acer, but not with LG. Nvidia driver detects just standart 3D Vision Discover.

  • 12 Max // Feb 18, 2012 at 19:12

    argh :(

  • 13 MasterW3 // Apr 16, 2012 at 20:28

    i have an nVidia GeForce9500 gs 1gig card. i purchased the 3dvision wireless kit .. knowing someday i would have a 3d tv or monitor. I bought a Vizio 3d420vx tv .. but there’s no 3pin whatchamadohickey for the 3d sync cable.. so i’m hosed.. i’m using a dvi to hdmi cable to input into the tv from the video card.
    (passive 3d tv, same glasses as the movie theater)..
    How might i get this to function?
    works decent as a monitor .. slight lag on the input compared to a regular monitor.. and it is 120mhz (thought it would work with the shutter glasses.. epic fail).
    they never said anything about that special plug on the package ..
    so now i got a stupid $150 3d vision paperweight…

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