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post #1 of 5 Old 05-03-2019, 01:17 PM - Thread Starter
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Nvidia Drivers - Stereoscopic 3D support for Windows 10

Beginning with Version 419, Nvidia removed support for 3D Stereoscopic drivers in their Game Ready Driver releases. The entire panel for enabling Stereoscopic 3D in Nvidia Control Panel is gone!

For HTPC rigs, this was somewhat vital. Considerable number of people like myself running Kodi or other media centers, used PowerDVD as an external player to playback their 3D ISO Blu-ray rips. This was all well & good and 3D ISO playback was no problem in PowerDVD with Nvidia drivers.

With the removal of Stereoscopic 3D driver support in newer Nvidia drivers, 3D is no longer supported in Windows 10 and PowerDVD is no longer able to play 3D.

The only option here for some folks is to rollback & stay stuck on Driver 418.

This solution is however not viable for some folks like me.

My HTPC doubles as a Gaming Rig as well. I have to believe there are others in the same place as me. I have an RTX 2080 Ti graphics card in the machine, and I need the latest Nvidia Drivers for graphics & gaming technologies & support.

I cannot keep my drivers stuck at 418.

I was wondering if there is an alternate or solution to this issue. This may be too early as this just happened, and usually some solutions take time to surface, but I figured I'd ask.

I know some people are able to extract Nvidia driver package and mix n' match some stuff in it. Not sure if someone can come up with a way to integrate the 418 3D Drivers in newer Nvidia Drivers.

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I switched out my Nvidia card for an AMD card with latest drivers and Powerdvd 3D works fine.
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Well that sucks... I do the same with my Nvidia HTPC. I don't game on it often and I have another main PC that's a bit stronger so I haven't updated the drivers in months. Do you happen to know if it's the same deal with mk3d's? I assume so since it is still using the same 3D method. I will have to hold off upgrading the drivers and will keep an ear open for a solution. Thanks for the heads up!
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Red face Same situation here

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Well that sucks... I do the same with my Nvidia HTPC. I don't game on it often and I have another main PC that's a bit stronger so I haven't updated the drivers in months. Do you happen to know if it's the same deal with mk3d's? I assume so since it is still using the same 3D method. I will have to hold off upgrading the drivers and will keep an ear open for a solution. Thanks for the heads up!
I ran into the same nVidia 3D lack of support BS.

The only solution I found is DVDFab Player 5. It plays my 3D Tron: Legacy. But crashes and burns with my Avatar 3D Blu-Ray.

I have the same card RTX 2080ti, with an Intel 6700K CPU, 32 GB of RAM, with SGX, all drivers up to date, etc. Power DVD keeps saying that I don't have a 3D display. Silly me, I payed 9K for this one: LG OLED77G6P...

I am done with this, after paying $1300, I did not expect this kind of BS. I plan to sell the 2080ti and get a Radeon VII. But eventually 3D support might disappear from the AMD drivers as well. Then I will go back to my SONY UBP-X800.

I honestly don't understand these people. There a plethora of dead video formats still supported for playback in both video player apps and video drivers. I don't understand the lack of support for 3D...
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I found the solution to this problem, without switching to AMD graphic card, but it will only work if you have processor with built in integrated graphic card (intel preferably)
1) First you will need to go to your uefi and enable integrated graphic card
on asus motherboard go to advanced-> system agent->graphic configuration-> set primary display to IGFX and iGPU multi monitor to enabled
2) Reboot and install intel graphic drivers
3) Plug HDMI to your motherboard, reboot
4) [Optional] If you want to use your Nvidia graphic to do madvr magic (igpu is to slow for this), go to win 10 settings->display->graphics settings-> and set your player (I use mpc-hc) on high performance mode



And now you should be able to play mkv mvc and iso with 3d frame packing.
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