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my apologies Dave, here is what I read:
My laptop Lenovo X220 support 60hz display mode. I have Samsung SSG-3100GB active glasses, that use Bluetooth connection.
Will be possible to display a 3d video using that setup? In theory my laptop can sync glasses using Bluetooth and display 30fps video for every eye.
then you replied:
I'm a bit confused about HDMI specs, BD specs and common computer video formats so I don't know what kind of setup use if I want to create a 3d video (not from a camcorder but from a 3d rendering)
So you are asking 2 questions. First off, yes you can view anaglyph 3D content(I personally do not consider this to be 3D) but you are correct, it is 3D none the less. But to answer your "first" question, no, you cannot sync bluetooth active shutter glasses to view anaglyph content at 30FPS per eye. Your second question, yes your processor can encode 3D content, all be it very time consuming since you dont have an optimal GPU to offset the encoding time or rendering. I did not see your signature with the contents of your bedroom listed, I apologize for that, but in that case you export SBS file format to your TV, turn on 3D mode to SBS on the TV and view 3D content that way, might be a little choppy depending on the resolution, but knowing this now, yes you can view 3D on your "TV', just not your laptop, as you had indicated in your opening post. Again my apologies for not fully understanding what you had asked, only going by the question you posed in your initial post. So my misunderstanding is that you want "create" 3D content and view it on your TV, not view 3D content on your laptop correct?