• Nvidia by far provides the best 3d movie watching experience for computer users. Nvidia utilizes shutter glasses, this is the same technology used by the 3D TV's on the market right now.
    Please make sure your nvidia 3d setup is complete before trying to play any of our movies. How to view 3DCertified movies using nvidia shutter glasses?
  • Step 1: Open the Stereoscopic player software, if you have a 3D vision setup you most likely have stereoscopic player installed already, but if you don't you can download it for free at http://www.3dtv.at/Downloads/Index_en.aspx

  • Step 2: Go to File Open And select the movie file you would like to play (see image)

  • Step 3: You might get a popup asking you to select the input format, make sure to select "Side by Side, Left Image First" and under aspect ratio please select "Default" (see image).

  • Step 4: Put on your glasses as the movie will start playing right away, make sure to maximize the video box or else nvidia does not show the 3D (see image).

    The following is a screenshot of the lower part of the stereoscopic player, there are 3 buttons we would like to discuss (see image).

    If this button in pressed the movie will turn monoscopic, AKA 2D, it makes the video non 3D.
    In addition you can turn off 3D by going to View Preferred Viewing Method Monoscopic (see image).

    Pressing this button will turn on the 3D (if its turned off that is). You can also turn it on and off by going to the menu shown above.

    NOTE: This feature is only utilized when watching 3D using anaglyph glasses. The L R on this buttons stands for "Left", "Right". You can quickly change what colors are for what eye by clicking this button. So for example if you selected to play a clip with the right eye being red and the left eye being cyan, you can switch that by simply clicking this button. You can also manually change that by going to View Viewing Method Anaglyph And selecting any combination you wish (see image).

  • Having trouble seeing the 3D with your shutter glasses? Double check the following:

    A) Make sure your glasses are charged and turned on

    B) Make sure the IR Emitter is pointed to your glasses

    C) Make sure that you selected the proper Viewing method to do that, go to View Viewing Method and select "Nvidia 3D Vision" (See image).

    D) Double check that the movie is being played "Side by side left image first", to do that go to File Layout and select ""Side by side left image first" (see image).

    E) Double check that the aspect ratio is set to default, to do that go to File Aspect Ratio Default (see image).

    F) Sometimes by mistake you might have adjusted the Parallax, to reset the parallax go to File Parallax Reset Parallax (see image).

  • Sometimes watching 3D is best with your lights turned off, give it a try you might like it.
    If you get codec errors, download and run the following codec http://www.3dcertified.com/codec.rar
    Feel free to contact us anytime if you need further help.

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