Originally Posted by defiancecp
Well, one small update to this - roxio worked great for me in 120hz mode, and it supports nvidia 3d vision, so 3d vision should work great as well... But it doesn't seem to link to ATI's hd3d driver directly, meaning it won't work with ATI hdmi 1.4 connections.
I was very happy with it when I ran in 120hz mode, but I really want hd audio via hdmi, so I need to get my system all 1.4 compliant, and since roxio isn't compatible with it, I guess I'll have to switch to TMT5...
Again, very happy with it when it was compatible... but keep the limitations in mind.
Sorry for resurrecting this old thread, but this was the only reference I was able to find on the Internet which seems to be related to my problem. So I was wondering if you contacted Roxio about this, because they have been no help to me so far.
I have the following setup:
- A Windows Server 2008 R2 HTPC containing a Sapphire Radeon HD 6570 Ultimate.
- A 3DTV from LG, model 55LW650S (Cinema 3D TV with passive glasses).
- A home theater system from LG, model LX751
My HTPC is connected via an HDMI 1.4 cable to the home theater system and my home theater system is then connected via an HDMI 1.4 cable to my 3DTV. Cineplayer 5.6.1 does not allow me to choose "3DTV HDMI 1.4" as a display type inside the "3D" configuration tab. Instead it returns the following error message: "This output type is not supported on the current machine, please select a new one". All the other options do not provide proper 3D display on my TV.
The one that seems to get close to proper 3D display is the "Active Shutter 100Hz or higher Display" option, but obviously that's not the correct option since I have passive glasses. At least with this option my TV detects that it is a 3D content and comes up with a dialog to wear my 3D glasses.
Please note that I also tested with the HTPC connected directly to my 3DTV, but that didn't solve the problem.Is this the issue that you were referring to ?
Btw, PowerDVD 11 and TMT 5 don't work at all for me, I get an "Unsupported Format" error message when trying to play 3D content, either mounted BD ISOs or bluray discs. According to others this can be due to Virtual CloneDrive which is installed on the same machine. I uninstalled CloneDrive, but it didn't help in my case. So Cineplayer is my best bet at the moment.EDIT:
Got TMT5 to work after installing Windows 7 Ultimate in dual-boot, so I need to figure out why it doesn't work in Windows Server 2008 R2. Anyway, as for Cineplayer I still have the same problem in Windows 7, so I assume it's the same issue that you mentioned previously. I still have a support case open with Roxio, but up to this point it's the worst technical support that I have dealt with ever! Their support must be done by customer service people instead of technical people.EDIT 2:
In case it might help someone who's as mad as me to use Windows Server 2008 R2 on an HTPC, TMT 5 was throwing the error "Please insert a valid disc and try again." with either a BD ISO or physical disc and PDVD 11 was throwing the error "There is a a disc with an unsupported format in drive X:". The cause of the issue is described in the following article: http://blogs.technet.com/b/askcore/a...vd-burner.aspx
. So I simply had to run TMT as administrator (right-click and "Run as administrator") to solve the problem. As for Cineplayer, going to request a refund, useless with AMD's HD3D.