Originally Posted by Frank /forum/post/19604457
Just put your TV in checkerboard mode and select it in Youtube and you're good to go.
Oh Wait, I forgot Panasonic doesn't support it.
I used to do it on my VT-20 by pressing all six or seven buttons to get it in sbs mode manually and then six or seven more buttons to get it out of sbs mode in order to view the webpage.
Originally Posted by gunit2004 /forum/post/19624394
Sorry for the noob question... but how does this YouTube 3d stuff work when wanting to play it on your 3dtv? Do you hook up your computer to the TV via HDMI and surf Youtube on there or use the TV's menus and built in YouTube features?
Originally Posted by Frank /forum/post/19624814
I gave up trying to do it with my Panasonic 3D plasma quite a while ago.
It's a piece of cake with my Mitsubishi and Samsung 3DTVs. All you have to do is use your 3DTV as a computer monitor and use Youtube just like you do on any computer and set a couple of things.
The two things you have to do are:
1. select checkerboard in the 3D settings of Youtube
2. Put your 3dTV in checkerboard mode
3. Put on your 3D glasses
Originally Posted by cakefoo /forum/post/19627749
The other problem is how distorted the web browser itself looks. It's stretched horizontally and you have to close one eye to see clearly. Is this the same with checkerboard?