The purpose of my 3DN-200 is to convert HDMI signal from PC to view SBS/OU content on 2D monitors. The 3D is great; i’m very happy with the depth – it really is cool to see ordinary two-dimensional screens suddenly show some elevation. I’m also not really bothered by the 60 Hz flickering (of the lucky few, i guess).
However, there is one problem: the picture is more or less always juddering. It’s actually easily visible even without glasses, and especially on slow scenes. Attached are some GIF-converted videos which i filmed of the screen when movies were paused. I’ve played a ton of them (SBS or OU, no difference), tested various conversion settings in TMPGenc during own conversion, 3D YT clips, even tested Tridef for games. Different computers (both stationary workstations and laptops), several screens (from 7" car monitors, to internal laptop displays via HDMI-in, to CRT screens. This judder is always there. The amount varies between scenes, but it’s there.
What is this? The way 3DNOW produces the depth effect or a hard-/firmware problem on my unit? If it’s the former, i guess it’s possible to live with (after all, this is a really cool product). But if it’s not supposed to work like this, when something needs to be done (after even more, it is also an expensive one).