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3D output to projector?

Dancook

Distinguished Member
So I have Nvidia Titan X Pascal and a JVC X9500 projector with it's own powered glasses and emitter.

Is there any way I can output to the projector and have a 3D image?

Jut trying to watch this video at the moment, it's SBS - my PJ supports SBS


3D Viewing | DLA-X9000/DLA-X7000/DLA-X5000 | JVC
I can't see there's any software to download for it here
Support Information & Download for JVC Products | JVC

I had a look at the 'set up stereoscopic 3d' option in the Nvidia control panel, but it only seems related to glasses with software that connect to the PC and won't let me progress the wizard.

How does one typically set this up?

cheers
 

Dancook

Distinguished Member
found this option and set recommended resolution, but still nope.

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Dancook

Distinguished Member
I think I've solved it

Had to make the projector screen primary monitor then run through the 3d wizard - and it gave me different options!

So now the 3D where the image is offset works, but no SBS.

- all solved, the resolution had changed during the wizard, set it to 1920x1080 and put project on SBS and it's all ok!!
 
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mbmapit

Well-known Member
You should be using the nVidia control panel buddy. It's very simple to setup through that.
 

Dancook

Distinguished Member
You should be using the nVidia control panel buddy. It's very simple to setup through that.

:thumbsup:

The key issue I had with that is when enabling the 3D in the Nvidia Panel, the wizard it took me through didn't allow me to progress.

Only when i set the projector to main display, did the wizard actually give me some options.
 

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