Invalid Authentication provided.
I'm attempting to set up a 3D image area in my website. I've taken the source code from several image pages at photos.3dvisionlive.com and I'm trying to modify the html. Right now the pages still reference the images at 3dvisionlive.com and I get the following error when displaying on my 3D system.

A black rectangle where the image should be and green text, "Invalid Authentication provided. Please contact Nvidia for plugin usage."

Does anyone have an idea what this means? On a non 3D system, this image appears. So I'm thinking the the plugin wants to work but there is some kind of authorization that needs to occur.

Thanks,
Jimmy
I'm attempting to set up a 3D image area in my website. I've taken the source code from several image pages at photos.3dvisionlive.com and I'm trying to modify the html. Right now the pages still reference the images at 3dvisionlive.com and I get the following error when displaying on my 3D system.



A black rectangle where the image should be and green text, "Invalid Authentication provided. Please contact Nvidia for plugin usage."



Does anyone have an idea what this means? On a non 3D system, this image appears. So I'm thinking the the plugin wants to work but there is some kind of authorization that needs to occur.



Thanks,

Jimmy

#1
Posted 01/04/2012 09:35 PM   
Hi, I've got the same problem. Would anyone help me?
Hi,
I've got the same problem.
Would anyone help me?

#2
Posted 01/31/2013 09:02 AM   
http://photos.3dvisionlive.com/e/embed/4f273579378501c26a0000a4/nvidia/500.300/important

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#3
Posted 02/01/2013 08:38 AM   
[url]http://photos.3dvisionlive.com/e/embed/5106beaa5ec346cc1d000006/left/500.300/important[/url] Well, I'm not an expert here, so take this for what it's worth. If I try to link to a specific shot on 3DVisionLive, even these forums will give me an authentication error. This is slightly different than yours, I get an Incapsula error. Not sure it's related. If you use the Embed code from a given photo does it work? Here's an example of a page where embedding is working. Take a look at the page code view and maybe you can see what the problem is. [url]http://helixmod.blogspot.com/2012/02/assassins-creed-2-written-by-chiz-this.html[/url]
http://photos.3dvisionlive.com/e/embed/5106beaa5ec346cc1d000006/left/500.300/important

Well, I'm not an expert here, so take this for what it's worth.

If I try to link to a specific shot on 3DVisionLive, even these forums will give me an authentication error.

This is slightly different than yours, I get an Incapsula error. Not sure it's related.

If you use the Embed code from a given photo does it work?

Here's an example of a page where embedding is working. Take a look at the page code view and maybe you can see what the problem is.

http://helixmod.blogspot.com/2012/02/assassins-creed-2-written-by-chiz-this.html

Acer H5360 (1280x720@120Hz)..GTX 580 SLI..i5-4670K@3.4GHz..Win7x64..4GB RAM
PCP&C Silencer 750..4 Disk X25 RAID..3D Vision 1

#4
Posted 02/01/2013 08:40 AM   
Thank you for the reply. After all, I followed the instruction of THE ERROR MESSAGE. So, I contacted Nvidia support and got following info..... Nvidia's website uses Phereo's software. And the similar 3D viewer is available at http://photoplayer.phereo.com/ . I guess it will work if I can connect my webserver to the internet without firewall, because I found it doesn't work in my environment separated by firewall. Is there any other way to show 3D photos(*.jps) on local website without internet connection? Maybe,the best solution for me is a simple plugin of webbrowser like WEBM plugin for Firefox. But, currently I can find no such plugin released. Does anyone know?
Thank you for the reply.
After all, I followed the instruction of THE ERROR MESSAGE.
So, I contacted Nvidia support and got following info.....

Nvidia's website uses Phereo's software.
And the similar 3D viewer is available at http://photoplayer.phereo.com/ .

I guess it will work if I can connect my webserver to the internet without firewall,
because I found it doesn't work in my environment separated by firewall.

Is there any other way to show 3D photos(*.jps) on local website without internet connection?

Maybe,the best solution for me is a simple plugin of webbrowser like WEBM plugin for Firefox.
But, currently I can find no such plugin released.

Does anyone know?

#5
Posted 02/13/2013 05:02 AM   
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