I have a Mitsubishi DLP rear projection tv. From what I understand, a stand-alone 3d player will send a frame packed image to my tv. I believe the tv then processes it to checkboard, but not sure. That's source option A. Source option B would be my laptop - it's on i3 with Intel HD graphics 2000 (sandybridge). I don't know how to tell if it's hdmi 1.4 or not, powerdvd's 3d advisor software passes on CPU and GPU. It seems like a lot of software applications will output sbs or something that won't look as good as hdmi 1.4 frame packing. So will I get a better picture from a stand-alone blu ray player, or is it just a matter of buying the right software? If it is just software, how do I test to make sure I have hdmi 1.4 on board?
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7/10/12 at 4:14am