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Bluray 3D playback problem Pls help

Discussion in 'Computers' started by Alessandro Piersanti, May 11, 2014.

  1. Alessandro Piersanti

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    Im usng LG 55'' passive 3D
    AMD HD 7970 GHz edition (lastest driver version)
    HDMI 1.4

    I have 3D-BDISO movies(hobbit 2,transformers 3)

    Using
    -Demon tools,DVDFab Virtual Drive to mount the ISO file
    -PowerDVD14Ultra,TMT 6
    Displaymode : HDMI 1.4 enabled 3D TV (1080p 24Hz)

    When I start the movie, it suppose to playback in 3D but it plays in 2D.
    I've learned that 3D button on these programs (PowerDVD,TMT6) is for converting 2D to 3D. that's not the 3D that we are looking for.so lets forget it.
    The True 3D suppose to playback automaticly when I start the movie
    The problem is the movies won't playback in 3D. It just plays in 2D.

    Do I have to configurate something in the program ?
    Or I have to download some specific driver ?
    Or is it because of the virtual drive(demontools,DVDFab) ?

    Pls help

    (sorry for bad English)
     
  2. Alessandro Piersanti

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    ***update***
    I tried to play with Corel WinDVD Pro 11
    and this is the result
    [​IMG]

    and this is my setup
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  3. schan1269

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    I know next to nothing about PC 3D.But, PC 3D is not "BD spec" 3D.Does this LG support PC 3D?
     
  4. schan1269

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    By the way, you do have Power DVD higher than 10 and TMT high enough...those were my only suggestions.Other than to make sure their individual drivers are up to date.
     

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