In talking about what the Panasonic Plasma can do I meant this...so its understood
Frame sequential is full resolution alternating left and right every frame.
Field sequential is interlaced half vertical resolution, one eye goes into the odd field and the other eye goes to the even field. Each frame contains both eye views since it contains both fields.
Line by line looks similar to field sequential, but the difference is that the frames are defined as a progressive picture. Since there are no fields in a progressive picture, the terms odd/even fields are replaced with odd/even lines.
From what I understand LG 3D TVs do Field sequential 3D as example.
So I assume that the bandwidth requirements for Panasonic maybe higher...because of this type of 3D
hence my seeking clarification on the DVI-D output issue and whether its good enough for the job?
As I said my current card ..the Gigabyte GTX 550Ti ..has an HDMI outlet
which is great...but for some reason they choose to use Mini HDMI!
which has proven problematic in maintaining a good solid connection.
It can be bumped and loose its connection unlike a full HDMI outlet.
So unlike AMD which seem more inclined to use Displayport..as against say VGA or another DVI-D
most NVIDIA seem inclined to the above.
The new need to use the video card for 3D
comes on top of the need in the HTPC area for working with MadVR(hence a 550Ti)
plus the need for card that is quiet
and also if possible doesnt have too high a consumption of power
and hence pump out too much heat.
So its also why I asked if anyone had seen the HTPC 'Nirvana' video card lately?
It used to be the Nvidia GT430 ..then MadVR came along and now it seems the
650Ti ( NVIDIA) or 7790(AMD) is the new sweetspot.