I am building a new computer for playing 3d games and my dad is all excited about watching 3d video. The computer would have an i7 processor and one gtx 260 card. However, I can't figure out which 3d packages to buy- DDD's TriDef software, or NVIDIA's 3d glasses and drivers.
I think I like the NVIDIA glasses more, and some preconceived notion that the nvidia drivers would be more compatible with games than the weird DDD ones. My dad is more interested in the 3d video converting, and would be ok with paying $50 for just the TriDef 3d software since the NVIDA package has no converter.Has anyone tried using the NVIDIA glasses with the TriDef video player? Also, I've heard that the TriDef software actually does work with Vista 64 Bit- which would be nice considering the i7 processor. I would love to ask DDD about this, but can't seem to get any customer support without forst buying the software