Originally Posted by repero
I dont have the option for 1080/60 only 1080i/30
That's the problem, every graphics card will be different. For some, they might get one of the players to work and send 1080p/24Hz directly and/or convert whatever they are playing to frame packing. Where others, like myself, the graphics card will only send what it is set at.
If you read the manual for the W1070 you can find all resolutions that will for the different 3D formats.
Essentially, as I stated in the last post, the best options are:
over-under & frame packing: set at 1080p/24hz
Sibe-by-side: set at 1080i/50 or 60Hz or use 720p (my card only has 50Hz & 60Hz for 720p, but it works, and I don't have any interlace options thus 720p is all I can use for SBS 3D.)
I was *never* able to get stereoscopic player or power dvd to work as some have suggested. The projector always read my output as whatever I had the graphics card set to.
I use potplayer, generally. Once my graphics card is set properly then I hit the 3D button on the remote and I get the 3D options — SBS is always grayed out for me except when I go to a lower resolution than 1080p — my graphics card does not have interlace options. Therefore, I use 720p for SBS, which with a full SBS 720p will give as good if not better resolution than half SBS 1080p.
You have to have the projector on and hooked up to your computer before making the settings — most cards will default the projector to 1080p/60Hz.
Once it is up and running then you should see it in your graphic card settings. If you are using Windows, that is. If you have Windows set to "projector only" then it will be the only option, if you have "extended" or "duplicate" set then you will see both the projector and your monitor.
On Win7 I just right click the desktop and select "graphic properties", then select the projector (not my monitor), and change the settings.
This is the easiest way I've found to get things working properly for 3D with my computer.
If you have a device (receiver, bluray, etc) that does up converting you might be able to set things there.