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Post by Jeffie433 »

Same issue here regarding crysis. Everything separates severely and all objects except for the sky have turned a muted dark green....

I use BFG 8800 OC and vista32

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Jeffie433 wrote:Same issue here regarding crysis. Everything separates severely and all objects except for the sky have turned a muted dark green....

I use BFG 8800 OC and vista32
what did you do and whichforceware du you have?

i don't have that. nothing happens. the sky is blue the grass green... no color's changing

what have i made wrong?

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Tested the new C&C3 Kane's Wrath full game and the stereo is bad. 5/10 at best. Menu interface is doubled as is the mouse. Stereo separation is isn't that good as well. Completely DOES NOT compare to Company of Heroes, as if to use that game as my high point for strategy games in 3D.
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Post by Sebmaster »

Now i know why I have no 3D...

I only had the Beta 5 version... now downloading RC1

greetz
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Post by Neil »

For the games that are getting good results, can you post images in our gallery?

Thanks in advance,
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Post by NITRO1250 »

If I post screens, they get taken as a .jps, right? I would just rename the extention to .jpg and it would be ok?
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Yes. Just rename to .JPG.

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Has anyone tried this driver on 64bit Vista? It has a 32bit emulator in it which can run 32bit programs.
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Post by VadersApp »

RC1 on Vista X64:

Tried it and what can i say? It works!
What i have done is: installed beta 174.70 drivers and Stereodriver RC1 from mtbs3d´s download section.

That´s it!

Tested on Vista x64 Business with Geforce 7800 GTX.

If only i would know how to activate shutterglasses again. The Code for support for the Glasses is in the driver. Looked into it with a hex-editor.
Maybe what is needed is the right viewertype ID for the registry. If you enter 800000001 into the registry entry it shows shutterglasses in the controlpanel. Maybe the code for support is out commented in the driver.

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VadersApp wrote: If you enter 800000001 into the registry entry it shows shutterglasses in the controlpanel. Maybe the code for support is out commented in the driver.
Is there a way to "decompile" the driver and reove the comment marks (if it is so)? or at least read out the comments, and then make an dll injection...

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Comments aren't compiled into the code. The compiler ignores them completely when generating code. So any code that was commented out will be completely missing.
Copy this code to clipboard: 0o1rp5zk then go to http://mtbs3d.com/naw to register. Use the code for $5000 startup bonus, and to support Gaza.
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3Dward wrote:
There's this new feature which sound like a fix for the text problem, at least this seems to be a logical generic solution to this problem :

CTRL F9 - F10 now call a command called "Cutoff near depth" .
In case, like me, someone was still thinking this doesn't work :
Just press Ctrl+F10 once, then alt tab to desktop and back to game, this restarts the graphic engine and the first layer will no longer be splitted.


Now all those games with missing interface just work perfectly !

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Post by Knasp »

So, when do you guys reckon the Zalman screens will get a price drop?

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Post by 3Dward »

There was a small drop last week, now may be it's just my wholesaler..

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XP possible?

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Does anybody think there is any likelyhood of an xp version, or a modded xp version?

This is the expected kick in the teeth from nvidia, but it still feels harsh on the day :'(

A small step of progress in the long battle towards 3D gaming...

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Post by CraziFuzzy »

The real kick in the teeth is the lack of support for the best stereo technologies. I'll never understand why companies remove old features in new versions of software, but this is yet another case of that. I've got shutterglasses that I've been using on my CRT for 5+ years, and can't use them with this ne driverset. I have, what I believe to be, the single greatest 3D display (Samsung HL-T6189S), and again, nothing with this driver.

But hey, at least if I keep using my 2 year old stereo drivers, they work!

Pathetic...

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Post by wuhlei »

its like hang time nvidia said they have plans to support other hardware and iz3d beta is coming out soon.
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Post by b4thman »

Two years and they show us this driver... It´s really patetic, yes. I have no hope to see nvidia supporting shutterglasses, planar, or any other types in the future. They have sold us for a few dollars to Zalman because they love $. It´s like the battle in Bravehearth when the King order the archers to throw the arrows to kill enemies fighting with friends, only because it is a "good way" to win the battle (we supposelly are the friends, no?... I´m not sure, but I have some arrows just in my ass).

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