3DVisionLive Troubleshooting Tips
This thread will be used to compile a list of useful 3DVisionLive.com [b]troubleshooting tips [/b]gathered by forum users and NVIDIA in an effort to help people having problem configuring their 3D Vision system for use with 3DVisionLive.com.

Please only post troubleshooting tips & tricks in this threads... [b]Troubleshooting questions should be posted is seperated dedicated threads[/b]!
This thread will be used to compile a list of useful 3DVisionLive.com troubleshooting tips gathered by forum users and NVIDIA in an effort to help people having problem configuring their 3D Vision system for use with 3DVisionLive.com.



Please only post troubleshooting tips & tricks in this threads... Troubleshooting questions should be posted is seperated dedicated threads!

#1
Posted 06/07/2011 06:36 PM   
"[b]Hide stereoscopic effect when game starts[/b]"

Make sure that the "[b]Hide stereoscopic effect when game starts[/b]" option is [b]DISABLED [/b]in the [b]'Set up Stereoscopic 3D' [/b]section of the [b]'NVIDIA Control Panel' [/b]when viewing content on 3DVisionLive.com or YouTube3D. Enabling this option is likely to cause display problems while viewing 3D photos and videos within your web browser.
"Hide stereoscopic effect when game starts"



Make sure that the "Hide stereoscopic effect when game starts" option is DISABLED in the 'Set up Stereoscopic 3D' section of the 'NVIDIA Control Panel' when viewing content on 3DVisionLive.com or YouTube3D. Enabling this option is likely to cause display problems while viewing 3D photos and videos within your web browser.

#2
Posted 06/07/2011 06:44 PM   
[b]HDMI vs. SingleLink DVI vs. DualLink DVI Cables[/b]

Make sure that you use a [b]DualLink [/b]DVI cable when connecting your 3DVision Ready PC monitor to your 3DVision PC. If you misplace your DualLink DVI cable and use a [b]SingleLink [/b]DVI cable instead then you will not have enough bandwidth to correctly enable 3D Vision on that system.

Connecting your 3D Vision Ready PC [b]monitor [/b]using an [b]HDMI [/b]cable would also cause similar problems.

Please note that connecting a [b]3DTV [/b]to a 3DVision or 3DTVPlay system using an HDMI 1.4 cable is OK, as long as this is an approved 3DTV (See the 3DVision system requirements for more details).
HDMI vs. SingleLink DVI vs. DualLink DVI Cables



Make sure that you use a DualLink DVI cable when connecting your 3DVision Ready PC monitor to your 3DVision PC. If you misplace your DualLink DVI cable and use a SingleLink DVI cable instead then you will not have enough bandwidth to correctly enable 3D Vision on that system.



Connecting your 3D Vision Ready PC monitor using an HDMI cable would also cause similar problems.



Please note that connecting a 3DTV to a 3DVision or 3DTVPlay system using an HDMI 1.4 cable is OK, as long as this is an approved 3DTV (See the 3DVision system requirements for more details).

#3
Posted 06/07/2011 06:53 PM   
The 3D Vision website currently only supports a single monitor.

The 3D Vision website currently only supports a single video card. You'll need to disable SLI to get the website to work.

If a picture comes up as just a white box, try switching to anaglyph then switch back to 3D Vision.
The 3D Vision website currently only supports a single monitor.



The 3D Vision website currently only supports a single video card. You'll need to disable SLI to get the website to work.



If a picture comes up as just a white box, try switching to anaglyph then switch back to 3D Vision.

#4
Posted 06/08/2011 03:25 AM   
[b]Screen flashes while browsing 3D photos[/b]

Want to reduce the screen flashes associated with the mode changes while browsing between multiple 3D pictures on 3DVisionLive.com?

Simply set the "[b]Select when the display is in 3D mode[/b]” option in the [b]NV Control Panel [/b]set to ‘[b]Always’[/b]?
Screen flashes while browsing 3D photos



Want to reduce the screen flashes associated with the mode changes while browsing between multiple 3D pictures on 3DVisionLive.com?



Simply set the "Select when the display is in 3D mode” option in the NV Control Panel set to ‘Always’?

#5
Posted 06/09/2011 07:19 PM   
If you want to download pics from the site and save to your computer:

"Make sure you change the file extension from .jpg to .jps when you do a Right-Mouse-Click and SaveAs..."




If you want to download pics from the site and save to your computer:



"Make sure you change the file extension from .jpg to .jps when you do a Right-Mouse-Click and SaveAs..."








#6
Posted 06/10/2011 12:11 AM   
The 64-bit version of Internet Explorer doesn't support movies on 3D Vision Live (because there's no 64-bit Silverlight yet). However, it does seem to support pictures just fine.
The 64-bit version of Internet Explorer doesn't support movies on 3D Vision Live (because there's no 64-bit Silverlight yet). However, it does seem to support pictures just fine.

#7
Posted 07/12/2011 04:25 AM   
IE has always supported 3D Vision Live. It's just the 64-bit version (which you have to actually know about to start, by default IE runs in 32-bit) that won't work.
IE has always supported 3D Vision Live. It's just the 64-bit version (which you have to actually know about to start, by default IE runs in 32-bit) that won't work.

#8
Posted 01/04/2012 01:19 AM   
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