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DDD TriDef 3D 6.0 Now Available, Oculus Rift Support as an Add-on

December 3rd, 2013 · 5 Comments · General 3D News

DDD has released the new version 6.0 of their TriDef 3D software, bringing official support for 64-bit games (previously only available in beta) as well as updating the list of game profiles, so now the new version comes with support for over 850 games. Another interesting development with the release of the new version 6.0 is that the beta TriDef 3D’s Oculus Rift support does not require you to install a beta version of the Ignition part of the software – it is now available in the form of an add-on that you can install along with the latest official release of the software. Have in mind that the Oculus Rift add-on has much more limited number of games support.

To download the latest version 6.0 of the DDD TriDef 3D 6.0 software…
To download the TriDef 3D Oculus Rift Add-on 1.0b7 for DDD TriDef 3D…

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  • 1 Dugom // Dec 5, 2013 at 22:43

    I’ve tried TriDef, they don’t fix games (like broken shadows, shaders, ect)… They just use Z-buffer, to convert 2D to 3D, with textures stretching. It sucks… 3D is “there” but if you look just a bit closer you’ll see the cheating, and it’s trashy. To hide that, they limit the 3D effect to 20/30%, so if you do not play with at least 50″ from 2 meters, 3D is pretty flat…

    Crysis games use the same technic exept it is not stretching but splitting:

    (This is a Nvidia 3DVision capture, so if you want to see it in 3D, you may have to reverse the 3D, to see it right.)

    Someone correct me, if i’m wrong.

  • 2 eqzitara // Dec 7, 2013 at 00:31

    Not right but not wrong.

    Alot of games use Z-Buffer but they also do geometry mode[normal 3d] as well. I don’t know actual figures but like 60%.

    3d effect is not limited in geometry mode[normal 3d].

  • 3 Dugom // Dec 7, 2013 at 02:38

    Yes like Nvidia, lots are broken, they need guys like you (Thanks again) and Helix Mod Team to fix games. If you travel a bit in the Forum, lots of AAA games wont work in Standard 3D. (Hitman, FarCry, Bioshock, ect…)

    Assassin’s Creed 4, seems to work (almost) with some low settings:

    I’ve try Slinter Cell Black List with a friend… Standard 3D is completely broken. And Power 3D is… Power 3D, so cheating 3D.

    I’ve try TriDef cause as 3DVision enthusiast, I’m waiting for you to have time to check AC4, SC BlackList, COD Ghost or NFS 14, to buy and play them in real good 3D.

    I know it’s a real job. I wont play them in 2D until I’m sure you wont fixed them. (Maybe you could make a list of “dead” 3D games. This way some people will stop waiting indefinitely.)


  • 4 eqzitara // Dec 7, 2013 at 21:52

    Well the main problem I have with tridef is it auto disables uncompatibile shaders/effects and low performance. Meaning if something doesn’t look right its automatically disabled without you knowing. Like I started up hitman blood money… and the ocean was missing.

    There is no such thing as a dead game as far as 3D with shader modification [it could just not be worth the time/effort/skill though]. Unfortunately I have no power in the games you mentioned since they are all DX11 and that would rely on helix when he finishes his dx11 wrapper[No idea when].

  • 5 Dugom // Dec 7, 2013 at 22:43

    Yep, DX11 is all around now. Thanks anyway for all the games you’ve working on.

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