3DTV Play not compatible with Mistubishi DLP?
My setup:

Mitsubishi DLP WD-65738 (compatible with 3DTV Play, according NVIDIA)
Geforce GT 520 connected via HDMI to HDMI directly to TV

Nvidia indicates this TV model is compatible with 3DTV play, but I can't make it works (Apparently is not compatible):

Mitsubishi states at Support Web Page, the following COMPATIBLE FORMATS, for computers connected to 3D TV's with no adapter:

Checkerboard/1080P/60Hz
Checkerboard/720P/60Hz


In reference to 3DTV Play these are the compatible formats:

· For Blu-ray 3D and movie content

o Frame Packing 1080p @ 23.98Hz

o Frame Packing 1080p @ 24Hz

· For game content:

o Frame Packing 720p @ 50Hz

o Frame Packing 720p @ 59.94Hz

o Frame Packing 720p @ 60Hz

Summary:
Nvidia only supports Frame packing, not checkerboard
Mitsubishi only supports checkerboard

What I see:
The 3D mode is recognized by TV, but the received image is just for the "Left eye" and the "Right Eye Blacked out"

Does anybody use a Mitsubishi DLP with 3dtv Play?
Can anybody help with this?

Nvidia Support: Can you explain me what formats did you test to confirm my Mistsubishi WD-65738 as compatible with 3DTV Play?
(here in the forum is another thread for a user with same problem: he has a Mitsubishi WD-73738, also indicated as compatible for Nvida)

Please help.
My setup:



Mitsubishi DLP WD-65738 (compatible with 3DTV Play, according NVIDIA)

Geforce GT 520 connected via HDMI to HDMI directly to TV



Nvidia indicates this TV model is compatible with 3DTV play, but I can't make it works (Apparently is not compatible):



Mitsubishi states at Support Web Page, the following COMPATIBLE FORMATS, for computers connected to 3D TV's with no adapter:



Checkerboard/1080P/60Hz

Checkerboard/720P/60Hz





In reference to 3DTV Play these are the compatible formats:



· For Blu-ray 3D and movie content



o Frame Packing 1080p @ 23.98Hz



o Frame Packing 1080p @ 24Hz



· For game content:



o Frame Packing 720p @ 50Hz



o Frame Packing 720p @ 59.94Hz



o Frame Packing 720p @ 60Hz



Summary:

Nvidia only supports Frame packing, not checkerboard

Mitsubishi only supports checkerboard



What I see:

The 3D mode is recognized by TV, but the received image is just for the "Left eye" and the "Right Eye Blacked out"



Does anybody use a Mitsubishi DLP with 3dtv Play?

Can anybody help with this?



Nvidia Support: Can you explain me what formats did you test to confirm my Mistsubishi WD-65738 as compatible with 3DTV Play?

(here in the forum is another thread for a user with same problem: he has a Mitsubishi WD-73738, also indicated as compatible for Nvida)



Please help.

#1
Posted 01/22/2012 05:51 PM   
Older Mitsubishi DLPs (HDM 1.3 with checkerboard 3D) are compatible with nVidia 3D Vision, not 3DTV Play. But there is a converter box from Mitsubishi that takes HDM 1.4 input (frame packing or SBS) and outputs checkerboard format.

So you have to either

a) buy this converter box to get 720p@60Hz gaming via 3DTV Play
b) buy the 3D Vision kit and get 1080p@60Hz checkerboard 3D

I would clearly prefer b because 1080p checkerboard is barely distinguishable from full HD 3D, also heard that the Mitsubishi DLPs have zero ghosting.
Older Mitsubishi DLPs (HDM 1.3 with checkerboard 3D) are compatible with nVidia 3D Vision, not 3DTV Play. But there is a converter box from Mitsubishi that takes HDM 1.4 input (frame packing or SBS) and outputs checkerboard format.



So you have to either



a) buy this converter box to get 720p@60Hz gaming via 3DTV Play

b) buy the 3D Vision kit and get 1080p@60Hz checkerboard 3D



I would clearly prefer b because 1080p checkerboard is barely distinguishable from full HD 3D, also heard that the Mitsubishi DLPs have zero ghosting.

#2
Posted 01/22/2012 09:36 PM   
Go with B.) Buy an emitter off ebay. Some people buy kits then sell emitter on ebay cause they only needed glasses. Or changed to 3d tv play. I see some up right now. Will save you alot of $.
Go with B.) Buy an emitter off ebay. Some people buy kits then sell emitter on ebay cause they only needed glasses. Or changed to 3d tv play. I see some up right now. Will save you alot of $.
[quote name='Nobsi' date='22 January 2012 - 04:36 PM' timestamp='1327268168' post='1359218']
Older Mitsubishi DLPs (HDM 1.3 with checkerboard 3D) are compatible with nVidia 3D Vision, not 3DTV Play. But there is a converter box from Mitsubishi that takes HDM 1.4 input (frame packing or SBS) and outputs checkerboard format.

So you have to either

a) buy this converter box to get 720p@60Hz gaming via 3DTV Play
b) buy the 3D Vision kit and get 1080p@60Hz checkerboard 3D

I would clearly prefer b because 1080p checkerboard is barely distinguishable from full HD 3D, also heard that the Mitsubishi DLPs have zero ghosting.
[/quote]

This TV is 1.4a HDMI capable

The problem is that for a COMPUTER input only accepts "checkerboard" at that resolution

I wonder why Nvidia insists Mitsubishi DLP are compatible with 3DTV

FULL LIST of Formats for Mitsubishi DLP TV's:
Frame Packing/1080p/24Hz/3D Blu-ray Players
Frame Packing/720P/60Hz/3D Gaming Consoles
Side-by-Side/1080i/60Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes
Side-by-Side/1080p/24Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes
Side-by-Side/1080p/30Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes
Side-by-Side/1080p/60Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes
Side-by-Side/720P/60Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes
Top-Bottom/1080P/24Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes
Top-Bottom/720P/60Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes
Checkerboard/1080P/60Hz/Computers (HTPC)
Checkerboard/720P/60Hz/Computers (HTPC)

Any idea?
[quote name='Nobsi' date='22 January 2012 - 04:36 PM' timestamp='1327268168' post='1359218']

Older Mitsubishi DLPs (HDM 1.3 with checkerboard 3D) are compatible with nVidia 3D Vision, not 3DTV Play. But there is a converter box from Mitsubishi that takes HDM 1.4 input (frame packing or SBS) and outputs checkerboard format.



So you have to either



a) buy this converter box to get 720p@60Hz gaming via 3DTV Play

b) buy the 3D Vision kit and get 1080p@60Hz checkerboard 3D



I would clearly prefer b because 1080p checkerboard is barely distinguishable from full HD 3D, also heard that the Mitsubishi DLPs have zero ghosting.





This TV is 1.4a HDMI capable



The problem is that for a COMPUTER input only accepts "checkerboard" at that resolution



I wonder why Nvidia insists Mitsubishi DLP are compatible with 3DTV



FULL LIST of Formats for Mitsubishi DLP TV's:

Frame Packing/1080p/24Hz/3D Blu-ray Players

Frame Packing/720P/60Hz/3D Gaming Consoles

Side-by-Side/1080i/60Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes

Side-by-Side/1080p/24Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes

Side-by-Side/1080p/30Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes

Side-by-Side/1080p/60Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes

Side-by-Side/720P/60Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes

Top-Bottom/1080P/24Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes

Top-Bottom/720P/60Hz/Cable or Satellite boxes

Checkerboard/1080P/60Hz/Computers (HTPC)

Checkerboard/720P/60Hz/Computers (HTPC)



Any idea?

#4
Posted 01/23/2012 01:11 PM   
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