Well, I've posted about how to share iZ3D and Tridef profiles. I might as well complete a trilogy and post about how to share old-school nvidia 3d game profiles. I have a hunch it's the same way with "new-school" 3d-vision. Does anybody know if I'm right?
The 3d settings are in the windows registry on a per-game basis.
To start the registry editor:
use the Start Menu, select "run...", and then type regedit and hit enter.
browse to the game name under (for winXP):
Right-click on the name, select export, browse to some place to save it, choose a name and save it. It's a ".reg" file but it's plain text so you can look at it with Wordpad. Here's my Mageknight.reg file export.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
You can post it like this or as an attatchment here or elsewhere. Just get it to someone else any way you want.
You don't need to start regedit to import, just double-click the ".reg" file and the entries in that file will be put into your windows registry and you should be good to go. Otherwise, if it's just one entry you need to add like LaserSight=1 or StereoTextureEnable=1, then you might just want to do it by hand.
Note: these settings usually only hold Converegence values and not Separation values. I think that's OK because Separation needs are different with different sized displays and people's personal preferences. Also it's quick and easy for a person to just use the hotkeys and adjust Separation for themselves. However, if you want to share Separation values, you'll just have to exit your game and write down the value you find in the nvidia s3d control window on the first page. You can read the percentage below the "stereo separation" bar but the game must have been the previous 3d game used and you must have used the "save settings" hotkey.
EDIT: I've figured out how to do per-game separation settings. More info here:viewtopic.php?f=97&t=10201
This doesn't work:
I tried sticking a "StereoSeparation" entry in the registry under that game name but it didn't work. I tried various values but no change was seen. It might only work with OpenGL games.
Happy profile sharing,
--- iondrive ---
!!!!! WARNING !!!!!
Do not just blindly double-click on ".reg" files. Take a look inside them first (right-click, edit) and make sure they don't change things that have nothing to do with your game. If the file is just for one game, it won't be very long and should not have any references outside of the game's 3d settings directory or its grandparent directory.
!!!!! WARNING !!!!!