Neil, you can open a photo with the Stereoscopic Player, and it will allow you to cycle through all images in the folder by just pressing the space bar. And it fully supports AMD HD3D and pretty much everything else out there (even in windowed mode).
Also, I basically asked Andrew Fear point blank why Nvidia does not completely support the HDMI 1.4a standard (in regards to the Sony HMZ-T1). He had this to say:
http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?show ... &p=1324252
We test pretty much test every TV we support. This includes adjusting size for convergence, depth, etc. The Sony is a grea example of that since it advertises that is like a 150" TV, but in reality it's more like 90, so we have to adjust the settings.
We've been releasing 3DTV Play Updates in between driver releases for a while now. It allows us to add support for products without requiring you to download an entire new driver. Eventually the support will be rolled into all new drivers going forward.
In another thread he flat out denied that the company charges licensing fees for 3DTV Play:
http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?show ... try1318009
I'll settle this rumor right now.
We charge ZERO dollars for 3DTV Play to any HW manufacturer.
3DTV Play is a software product that does take real engineers to support the features and games we add to it, which is why its a paid for piece of software.
Its really sad Nvidia seem to refuse to want to support any standard fully. It would be super easy for them to just turn HDMI 1.4a on (fully, no whitelist). In fact, they spend more time, effort and money blocking people from using otherwise fully working hardware. They seem a lot more interested in pushing people into their proprietary ecosystem, even at the costs of hurting consumers and even their own partners (like Samsung). Really sad.