Hi; a few people have been having trouble getting this working. I'm no expert but I have got it working well so I can give a few pointers. Others can perhaps fill in the gaps. You will need: MPC-HC with LAV filters v0.68 or later. You can download the LAV filters separately (which I did initially and they worked) but it's now simpler to get the latest MPC-HC nightly which has them already baked-in. Nightlies here: MPC-HC Nightly Builds madVR. The latest full release is fine: madVR - high quality video renderer (GPU assisted) - Doom9's Forum Windows 10. Windows 8 and 8.1 might work (please let us know); Windows 7 won't. I found KODI with DSPlayer too inconsistent so I stuck with MPC-HC; others might be able to provide guidance for getting them working. In MPC-HC options go to Playback - Output and set DirectShow Video to madVR. Play a video and while it's playing go to your system tray and double-click on the madVR icon. Go to your device, then its properties tab and look at what the 3D format is sent to. I use auto for my LG OLED and that sends frame-packed 3D to the TV. This means the TV switches into 3D mode automatically. In madVR settings go to Rendering - Stereo 3D. Tick enable stereo 3D playback. Tick when playing 3D content and select enable. That should be about it for the player settings. Now comes the fun Windows bit. I have an Nvidia card so I'll let others comment on using Intel or AMD cards. If you have a secondary display (e.g. a monitor) then you need to disable it. You'll also have to do this every time you want to watch something in 3D. Set up stereoscopic 3D on your display in the Nvidia control panel and enable it. You won't see the option for it if you have a secondary monitor enabled (at least I don't, although my secondary monitor isn't a 3D one). That should be about it. When you play a 3D bluray or MKV it should play in 3D. Now this is how it worked for me, but that doesn't guarantee that it'll work for everyone else, or that I haven't forgotten a bit. However it should get you started at least, and you can ask here for help from myself and others. Good luck! Edit: thanks to @sat4all for pointing out some extra steps. Even though the 0.68 LAV filters are now built into MPC-HC they don't handle 3D. You need to install the latest LAV filters (Index of /lavf/nightly) as external filters in MPC-HC (I'd already done this because when I set all this up the 0.68 LAVs weren't baked into MPC-HC). When you install the filters be sure to tick the box for the 3D option. There are several ways to make sure you're using the external LAVs rather than the internal ones. Personally I deleted the contents of the LAV directory in the MPC-HC folder, which made the buttons for the internal filters disabled. Then I added the external LAVs and everything worked nicely.