Originally Posted by Joseph Clark
Which driver are you using currently, Jason? I'm going to try getting my computer monitor completely out of the chain later today (can be tricky with the Octava switcher and Harmony remote), but I haven't gotten the JVC emitter to fire at this point. I think it's because it sees the Sharp computer monitor, which has no 3D or even 24p capability, and it defaults to 60p-only output to resolve the conflict.
For clarification, you need to set up 3D Vision Discover in the nVidia Control Panel, right? That is, run nVidia Control Panel>Stereoscopic 3D>Set up Stereoscopic 3D> Run Setup Wizard, then select the 3D Vision Discover pane, then run the test. I never got past this point in the past because I didn't have an emitter.
Joe, I am running the 263.14's from a few weeks ago. I was so excited it was working, I didn't want to mess around with the latest drivers. It sounds like a few others are running the new one's without issue.
it's been a few weeks, but I do recall running through the wizard and then the test to verify the left/right side was setup correctly. The only bummer is the 24hz vs 24(FP). If I recall, someone mentioned having to disable the 3D vision to get back to the regular 24hz mode. I haven't tried this yet, as I've mainly been using the HTPC for 60hz TV viewing with MCE7 and the new Ceton Quad tuner which on a different topic has been a dream to use. 4 tuners in 1 card, no STB! awesome. Also using it for 24(FP) 3D BD, but I'd really like to use it for 1 stop movie shopping, 2D and 3D BD.
I thought I remember someone saying they had all 3 screen frequencies working with the ATI card, but not sure.
I'll get back to the HTPC stuff once I am done playing around with the calibration meter/software which is insanely addicting. I want the projector as close as possible before watching any more content, the RS50 was off by quite a bit vs. the original RS40. My guess is variances in the bulb.
i've only been using PowerDVD10 on the Win7 64bit setup, but it has a bug where I have no audio when using it in MCE mode. This has been going around for a while and cyberlink has no idea why it's happening. Many others have reported on it. I will try TMT5 soon once I have some time. It worked fine in 32bit win7 + MCE, so it should be fine in 64bit environment.