Originally Posted by Nayr2
There are a lot of confused people over 3D and their computers...
This projector supports all of the modes it states that it does. You may not know how to use them or your hardware may not support all of them.
I gather what some want to do is play a HALF-SBS 1080p movie full screen on their computer (Or play a full SBS movie squished to H-SBS 1080p output), and then tell the projector that it is a SBS source. This is out of spec for HDMI 1.4a and it will not let you do that. Even if it did or other projectors will let you, you will lose half of the resolution by watching 3D this way. No projector that I'm aware of supports 3840x1080 input.
.You must use a video player that will use frame packing as an output. That means, as far as I know, you must use the Nvidia video player, Totalmedia Theatre, Powerdvd, or Windvd - and your video card must support HDMI 1.4a.
I'm conufsed. Could you please explain.
I had a 3D TV which supported SBS in 1080p60. Ofcourse the resulted 3D image was 960x1080 pixels stretched to full screen width. That was good enough for games.
But if W1070 supports SBS in 1080i
only, does that mean that the resulted 3D image will be 960x540 ?
UPD I've googled and found out that 1080i is actually the same resolution as the 1080p. But as I remember, for some reason 1080i looked blurry on my TV compared to 1080p.
Ok what really bothers me: does SBS in 1080i on W1070 looks the same as if it was SBS in 1080p? If you understand what I mean.Edited by Ilya Volk - 12/20/12 at 7:34pm